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From "AQA" "Best Words":
"Craig Raine, who was born in 1944, not only writes poetry but is variously a teacher of literature at university, an author of verse-drama and a literary editor and critic. Mars has always captured the imagination of writers and even though we get more and more conformation that there is no life on Mars there is still the popular image of Martians being the first space aliens. In this poem, Craig Raine imagines not what Martians might look like, but how we might look to them: it will make you look at your everyday life as if through a Martian's eyes" —Preceding unsigned comment added by Zarano (talk • contribs) 16:05, 12 November 2007 (UTC)