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Ann Pasternak Slater
The first biographical account of T. S. Eliot's first wife Vivien to be presented alongside her original writings.
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Six Bad Poets is the hilarious farce-in-verse from 2009 Costa Book of the Year winner, Christopher Reid - now in paperback.
An important work of literary scholarship which highlights, for the first time, the achievement of a neglected modernist master - now in paperback
Format: Hard Cover
In this new poetry collection, histories - both real and imagined - meet with astute present-day perceptions to create a richly layered portrait of contemporary life.
A highly readable and natural-sounding blank verse translation of one of the most important works of English literature.
Modernism's lost masterpiece.
Now in paperback - a collection of commissioned, collaborative and occasional poems, demonstrating the range of Poet Laureate Simon Armitage's writing outside of his mainstream volumes.
This ambitious and resonant engagement with the Latin epigrams of Martial completes the loose trilogy of Sam Riviere's process-derived works.
A special 'poetry of place' edition to accompany Simon Armitage throughout his laureateship.
A beautiful poem to help comfort those who have experienced the loss of a beloved pet.
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