I hate when I make a dumb mistake. (Well, don't we all?)  This is a link to an interview I did when I was in Ann Arbor three weeks ago, and it's actually a fun interview because she went out of her way to ask not-the-usual questions.  But just for the record: I referred to a poem quoted in the book A Summer to Die as being by Housman; and it's's by Gerard Manley Hopkins. And I KNEW that, which is why I am irritated with myself.

A.E. Housman:


Gerard Manley Hopkins:


They don't even look alike!