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The Analyst

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Very pleased, particularly with the Jonath... She won Listowel Writers’ Week Originals Poetry Competition 2014. Eventually the term lost its naval connection and was used about British people in general. Blake Morrison and Andrew Motion's praise of Seamus Heaney, in the introduction to that Penguin book, for "relishing" the "delectability" of language (13) is part and parcel of their "didactic" announcement (10) that much of the 1960s and 1970s constituted a period of "lethargy" when "very little. .. seemed to be happening" (11) in English poetry.

Pages: 268

Publisher: Wakefield Press; 2 edition (April 1, 2004)

ISBN: 1862545820

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