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(p. xvi) Acknowledgements

(p. xvi) Acknowledgements

We are grateful to all authors and publishers of copyright material quoted in the essays in this book, and in particular for permission to reprint the following:

The Alternative Service Book: extracts copyright © The Central Board of Finance of the Church of England, 1980; The Archbishops' Council, 1999, reproduced by permission.

W H Auden: ‘Between those happenings that prefigure it’ and extract from ‘Friday's Child’ from Collected Poems (Faber, 1986), by permission of the publishers, Faber & Faber Ltd and Random House, Inc.

HD (Hilda Doolittle): extract from ‘Trilogy: Tribute to the Angels’ from The Collected Poems 1912–1944 (Carcanet/New Directions, 1983), copyright © 1982 by The Estate of Hilda Doolittle, by permission of the publishers, Carcanet Press Ltd and New Directions Publishing Corp.

Geoffrey Hill: ‘Of Coming into Being and Passing Away’ from Canaan (Penguin, 1996), copyright © Geoffrey Hill 1996, by permission of Penguin Books Ltd and from New and Collected Poems 1952–1992 (Houghton Mifflin, 1994), copyright © Geoffrey Hill 1994, by permission of Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.

Gordon Jackson: Psalm 2 and Psalm 100 from The Lincoln Psalter (Carcanet, 1997), by permission of the publisher, Carcanet Press Ltd.

Peter Levi: Psalm 100 from The Psalms translated by Peter Levi, introduction by Nicholas De Lange (Penguin Classics, 1976), copyright © Peter Levi 1976, by permission of Penguin Books Ltd.

C S Lewis: ‘Song’ from Spirits in Bondage (Harcourt Brace, 1984), copyright © 1919 by C S Lewis Pte. Ltd, by permission of the C S Lewis Company and Harcourt, Inc; extract from unnamed poem from The Pilgrim's Regress (Fount, 1998), copyright © 1933 by C S Lewis Pte. Ltd, by permission of the C S Lewis Company.

Roddy Lumsden: ‘In the Wedding Museum’ from The Book of Love (Bloodaxe Books, 2000), copyright © Roddy Lumsden, by permission of Bloodaxe Books.

Michele Roberts: extract from ‘Restoration Work in Palazzo Te’ from All the Selves I Was (Virago, 1995), copyright © Michele Roberts 1995, by permission of the publishers, Virago, a division of Little Brown Book Group, and of Gillon Aitken Associates.

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David Slavitt: Psalm 100 from Sixty-One Psalms of David selected and translated by David Slavitt (Oxford University Press, 1996), copyright © David Slavitt 1996, by permission of the William Morris Agency.

R S Thomas: extracts from ‘Ninetieth Birthday’, ‘The Parish’, and ‘Priest and Peasant’ from Collected Poems 1945–1990 (J M Dent, 1993), by permission of the publishers, a division of the Orion Publishing Group.

Laurance Wieder: Psalm 100 from The Poets' Book of Psalms: the complete Psalter as rendered by twenty-five poets from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries compiled by Laurance Wieder (Oxford University Press, 1999), by permission of Laurance Wieder.

Rowan Williams: extract from ‘Penrhys’ from Remembering Jerusalem (Perpetua, 2001), by permission of the author and the publisher.

W B Yeats: ‘The Travail of Passion’, copyright © 1906 by The Macmillan Company, copyright © renewed by William B Yeats, ‘The Second Coming’, copyright © 1924 by The Macmillan Company, copyright © renewed 1952 by Bertha Georgie Yeats, and extracts from ‘Vacillations’, copyright © 1933 by The Macmillan Company, copyright © renewed 1961 by Bertha Georgie Yeats, ‘The Valley of the Black Pig’, copyright © 1906 by The Macmillan Company, copyright © renewed by William B Yeats, and ‘The Dawn’, copyright © 1906 by The Macmillan Company, copyright © renewed by William B Yeats, all from The Collected Poems of W B Yeats edited by Richard J Finneran (Macmillan, 1983), by permission of A P Watt Ltd on behalf of Gráinne Yeats, Executrix of the Estate of Michael Butler Yeats, and also of Scribner, an imprint of Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group. All rights reserved.

We have tried to trace and contact all copyright holders before publication. If notified, we will be pleased to rectify any errors or omissions at the earliest opportunity. (p. xviii) (p. 1)