The Independent Crossword Answers February 23, 2021

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Novelist introducing last letters from Fanny Brawne in Time Out SHUTEYE
Mad? As mad as Fanny, perhaps ADAMS
Clues note Psyche and suchlike, for starters TIPS
“Bit of magic from outside right,” said Mark Wright TRICK
Writers putting Nightingale in Berkeley Square originally NIBS
13 week period of not quite mutual admiration finally shattered AUTUMN
Surveillance job with second coffee option provides clue to theme STAKEOUT
Free guitarist? Being given one for nothing gets rude rejection KISSOFF
Stick, ultimately one used in running slope SKIPOLE
Deny struggling with Melancholy and Indolence initially, performing as a handsome youth ENDYMION
Chain or whip, when not extremely penal CATENA
Was happy with new pen? SWAN
Near neighbour of Douglas’s, about to get some 6A SLEEP
Russian city cloaked in returning thick smog OMSK
John recited with some force, that’s clear LUCID
Playwright unknown in China? POTTERY


Fans missing “dark beer” drinks SUPS
Poet briefly working as comedian KEATON
Good person briefly supporting a Lake Poet’s most lofty expression AERIEST
Linklater’s content to respond cheekily TALKBACK
Win audience with small number that we hear might be Grecian EARN
Spurs game I must lampoon, ironically at first STIMULI
Setter blocked in by bus before lunchtime, cycling in Romanian city SIBIU
Retract Nancy’s article, for instance UNSAY
Former postman, one now living abroad EXPAT
Suddenly gets angry, obscure fish appearing in reverse FLIPSIDE
Male or female Lydians reimagined by poet LINDSAY
Making new sort of punk, met Shaggy! UNKEMPT
Post from one we love NEWEL
Heads are those of Cupid and Psyche, inscribed “To Apollo” CAPITA
Part of 16 needing some bottle – and cheek! NECK
Bits of old verse periodically appearing as part of today’s theme ODES
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