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Epistolary disputes with feminists about Sylvia Plain's estate and grave conducted in the British press. September: Woljwatching published. April: Shakespeare and the Goddess of Complete Being published, June: RainCharm for the Duchy and Other Laureate Poems published. September: A Dancer to God: Tributes to T. S. Eliot published. March: Winter Pollen: Occasional Prose, ed. William Scammel! published. March: New Selected Poems, 1957-1994 published. October: Difficulties of a 1996 1997 1998 1999 Bridegroom: Collected Short Stories published.
December: Second edition of Crow: From the Life and Songs of the Crow published. May: Gaudete published. September Cave Birds: An Alchemical Cave Drama published. (October) Moortown Elegies published. May: Remains of Elmet: A Pennine Sequence published. February: Death of Hughes's father. September: River published. December: Appointed Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom. October: Flowers and Insects: Some Birds and a Pair of Spiders published. Epistolary disputes with feminists about Sylvia Plain's estate and grave conducted in the British press.
The confusion as to whether it was Gamow or Casimir mirrors other confusions in the play and leads to a masterly one-liner: This is followed by Heisenberg's Chekhovian reminscence of his arrival at Copenhagen station on the night train, among Wehrmacht and SS men, with a lecture in his bag and a message in his head. As if they had not heard this, Bohr and Margrethe resume their dialogue considering whether they should respond to an invitation to Heisenberg's lecture. Finally Frayn puts together two reminiscences, one by Heisenberg, one by Bohr, describing the same lunch at the institute; the speeches do not connect with each other and thus emphasize the distance between the two men.