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Peter Barry

ecocriticism The ‘lineation’ in the ring-poem, as cited above, is provided by the three breaks in the ring which provide entrances into the amphitheatre. The Quakers (‘line’ 2) were a major eighteenth- and nineteenth-century force in the town’s key industries (wool, linen, railways and banking).16 In the words of the booklet, the amphitheatre ‘is surrounded by the Trinity Stones comprising of three sets of three stones. The Trinity Stones display the smallest of text, haiku celebrating three species that were found in the original site – the dingy skipper butterfly, the

in Extending ecocriticism