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By Alan Brownjohn

This 3rd variation of Alan Brownjohn's gathered Poems used to be first released through the Enitharmon Press in 2006. It provides over one hundred forty poems to the second one, which seemed in 1988. This quantity contains all the paintings that Brownjohn needs to maintain from his twelve person collections released among 1954 and 2004; it additionally encompasses a variety of more recent uncollected poems.
Wide-ranging in subject and showing a magnificent mastery of shape, this physique of writing firmly establishes Alan Brownjohn's fulfillment as principal to the English poetry of the final half-century.
'Wonderfully wealthy and well-produced... Brownjohn is a marvellously skilful comedian... he's a social poet within the feel that if humans sooner or later need to know what many lives have been like within the moment half the twentieth century, they need to learn Alan Brownjohn - observant, stricken, humane, scrupulous, wry, funny.' Anthony Thwaite, Guardian

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