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BeschreibungScupham brings his customary elegance and skill to bear on themes as diverse as Kilvert's Diary to an unexpected encounter with his parents on holiday from the underworld. The central piece is a long sequence in which the poet takes a journey by ghost train through the 1950s. All of Peter Scupham's previous works, from Prehistories (1975) to The Ark (1994), were published by Oxford University Press.
PortraitPeter Scupham was born in 1933. With John Mole he founded The Mandeville Press and now lectures, writes, and runs Mermaid Books, a second-hand book business in Norfolk. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
Pressestimmen'If a born poet is someone who continually builds and reworks his life's experience as metaphor, Peter Scupham is surely such a poet' - Anne Stevenson, Poetry Review'Peter Scupham is one of the most unjustly underrated poets in England today. This book [Selected Poems] is easily the most accomplished I've read for some time' - Peter Forbes, The Listener
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ANVIL PR POETRY
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2002
Seitenanzahl: 80 Seiten