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Louis MacNeice

(1907—1963) writer

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Anthony Thwaite

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

(1930– ),

poet and critic, born in Chester, and educated at Christ Church, Oxford. His varied literary career has included academic posts in Japan, Libya, and Kuwait, working as a...

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Austin Clarke

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(1896–1974),

Irish poet and verse dramatist. He published some 18 volumes of poetry, from his first, The Vengeance of Fionn (1917) to his Collected Poems of 1974. His early work is...

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Bell

Overview page. Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).

A literary a socio-cultural periodical founded in 1940 by Sean O'Faolain. Elizabeth Bowen, Flann O'Brien, Patrick Kavanagh, Frank O'Connor, and Jack B. Yeats were among the contributors to...

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Bernard Spencer

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(1909–1963) British poet

Aegean Islands, and Other Poems (1946) PoetryWith Luck Lasting (1963) Poetry

Aegean Islands, and Other Poems (1946) Poetry

With Luck...

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Botteghe oscure

Overview page. Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).

A review edited in Rome by Marguerite Caetani (1949–60), which established itself as a leading international periodical. The contributors, who included Dylan Thomas, W. H. Auden, Saul...

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British Broadcasting Corporation

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(BBC)

The development of television in the 1960s led to the Corporation becoming a commercial publisher. The BBC has published a variety of bestsellers—including Kenneth Clark’s...

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C. Day-Lewis

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(1904 –72),

was born in Ireland. Proud of his Anglo-Irish connections, he moved with his family to England in 1905. He was educated at Sherborne and at Wadham College, Oxford ...

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Clere Parsons

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(1908–31),

British poet, born in India, educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he was a contemporary of W. H. Auden, and was recognized as one of the most promising young ...

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Criterion

Overview page. Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).

(1922–39),

an influential literary periodical launched as a quarterly and edited by T. S. Eliot; The Waste Land appeared in its first issue. It became the New Criterion in 1926,...

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Dark Tower: A Radio Parable Play

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(1946), a verse play by Louis MacNeice. The central character, Roland, is being prepared for his journey across sea and desert by Tutor, Blind Peter, and Sergeant-Trumpeter, while other...

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