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Dollie Radford

  1. He married in 1883 Caroline Maitland (1858 --- 1920), generally known as Dollie Radford, and also a poet and writer. (Web site)
  2. An index of the online works of Dollie Radford and related information.
  3. Dollie Radford writes about Christmas with her poem, "December." Here's her work of poetry for the holiday.


  1. Dobell was a precocious youth becoming engaged at the age of 15 and marrying at 20.
  2. Dobell was born at Cranbrook, kent, England in 1824.

William Shakespeare

  1. William Shakespeare was indeed lucky to survive to adulthood in sixteenth-century England.
  2. William Shakespeare was born in April, 1564, the oldest son of John Shakespeare. (Web site)
  3. William Shakespeare is the grand literary figure of the Western world. (Web site)
  4. The name "William Shakespeare" appears on the plays and poems. (Web site)
  5. William Shakespeare was a prominent member of this acting company, as the following evidence demonstrates. (Web site)

Edmund Blunden

  1. Edmund Blunden was born in London in 1896 but soon afterwards the family moved to Yalding in Kent. (Web site)

William Blake

  1. William Blake was a engraver, poet, and painter who was born November 28, 1757.
  2. William Blake was a poet, painter, visionary mystic, and engraver. (Web site)
  3. William Blake was born in 28a Broad Street, Golden Square, London on 28 November 1757, to a middle-class family.
  4. William Blake was born in London on November 28, 1757, to James, a hosier, and Catherine Blake. (Web site)
  5. William Blake was born in London, where he spent most of his life. (Web site)

Wilfred Owen

  1. Wilfred Owen is a guide to the battlefields that inspired much of his war poetry.
  2. Wilfred Owen is a well renowned anti war poet. (Web site)
  3. Wilfred Owen was a remarkable young man.
  4. Wilfred Owen was devastated by Sassoon's decision to return to the front, though he left Craiglockhart before Sassoon did.
  5. Wilfred Owen was discharged from hospital at the end of October 1917 and spent three week's leave in London.

John Clare

  1. John Clare is a 19th century poet.
  2. John Clare is a fantastic poet, but this is a corrupt edition of his poems.
  3. John Clare is a performance poet and Jazz critic for the Sydney Morning Herald.
  4. John Clare is a technically unsophisticated writer. (Web site)
  5. John Clare was a poet almost as soon as he awoke to consciousness. (Web site)

Geoffrey Hill

  1. Geoffrey Hill is one of the finest and most important English-language poets of the second half of the twentieth century and the early twenty-first century.
  2. Geoffrey Hill is a moralist, and his subject is pain – the suffering of man at the hands of man. (Web site)
  3. Geoffrey Hill is a moralist, and his subject is pain--the pain inflicted by man upon man. (Web site)
  4. Geoffrey Hill is a scrupulous writer and an attentive reader. (Web site)
  5. Geoffrey Hill is the author of three books of criticism and ten books of poetry.

Adrian Henri

  1. Liverpool poets: a 1960s group of popular writers from the west-England city of Liverpool, including Adrian Henri, Roger McGough, and Brian Patten.
  2. In 1967, The Mersey Sound was published, an anthology of works by McGough and fellow Liverpool poets Adrian Henri and Brian Patten. (Web site)

Aldous Huxley

  1. Aldous Huxley was the sentiment of Thomas Huxley set forth by itself.
  2. Aldous Huxley was one of the editors. (Web site)
  3. Aldous Huxley preferred licentious thinking to scientific speculation, and wrote books bearing proud titles like, Grey Eminence and Brave New World.

Alexander Brome

  1. free online encyclopedia article for Alexander Brome, powered by Wikipedia.
  2. Alexander Brome Quotes : I have been in love, and in debt, and in drink, this many and many a year.
  3. Alexander Brome quotes, Searchable and browsable database of quotations with author and subject indexes.

Alexander Pope

  1. Alexander Pope was the son of a Roman Catholic linen-draper in London. (Web site)
  2. Alexander Pope was born in London, on May 21,1688, the same year as the Glorious revolution. (Web site)
  3. Alexander Pope was invited to write a humorous poem to try to ease the bad feelings. (Web site)

Alice Oswald

  1. Alice Oswald is a well-prized English poet.

Al Alvarez

  1. Al Alvarez is a great modern poet, he was even played in a recent movie about the life of Sylvia Plath.

Anne Bronte

  1. The Complete Works of Anne Bronte, an original biography and gallery.
  2. The roman-a-clef AGNES GRAY is a semi-autobiographical depiction of Anne Bronte's life as a governess.
  3. The works of Anne Bronte, free to read online with adjustable sized text and automatic bookmarking.

Anne Finch

  1. Anne Finch was clearly familiar with the enigmatic lyrical poetry of Marvell and Herrick's idyllic erotic lyrics. (Web site)

Anne Killigrew

  1. Anne Killigrew was born just before Charles II's restoration in 1660. (Web site)


  1. Anstey was the son of a wealthy clergyman the rector of Brinkley, Dr. Anstey in Cambridgeshire, where he was born. (Web site)

Anthony Burgess

  1. Anthony Burgess was known to many people in Italy, where he lived for several years, as Antonio Borghese. (Web site)

Anthony Thwaite

  1. However, he produced what the poet and critic Anthony Thwaite has called "cheeky imitations" of Belli's satirical sonnets in the novel Abba Abba.
  2. The poet and critic Anthony Thwaite met Hill at Oxford, at a literary party. (Web site)

Aphra Behn

  1. Aphra Behn - A biography of the British dramatist and spy for England, code-named "Astrea" or Agent 160. (Web site)
  2. Aphra Behn - A biography of the British poet and dramatist. (Web site)
  3. Aphra Behn was a successful author at a time when few writers, especially if they were women, could support themselves solely through their writing. (Web site)
  4. Aphra Behn was the first female writer to produce a substantial dramatic canon and was also an innovator in prose fiction, and a highly accomplished poet. (Web site)
  5. Aphra Behn: A scandal to modesty (c. (Web site)

Arthur Quiller-Couch

  1. Notable Cornish writers include Arthur Quiller-Couch alias "Q", the deaf short story writer, Jack Clemo and D. M. Thomas acclaimed author and poet.
  2. In 1934, Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch followed that with an anthology of the poet's work entitled Felicities.

Barnabe Googe

  1. Barnabe Googe was born in 1540 and lived until 1594.

Barry Macsweeney

  1. Barry MacSweeney was born in 1948 in Newcastle.

Basil Bunting

  1. The Basil Bunting Poetry Centre at the University of Durham sponsors research about the modernist poet.
  2. The canto then moves through memories of Spain, a story told by Basil Bunting, and anecdotes of a number of familiar personages and of George Santayana. (Web site)


  1. Bede was a monk, historian, and scholar. (Web site)
  2. Bede was a voluminous author on almost every subject. (Web site)


  1. Bell is the source of the first-person monologues---meditations on his family history and his own long experience in rural law enforcement.

Bob Cobbing

  1. Bob Cobbing is an inveterate collaborator.
  2. Bob Cobbing was hardly a young man when George MacBeth brought his work to a wider audience via radio; and he seems to have hit that ground running.
  3. Bob Cobbing was the manager of Better Books and ran the film club. (Web site)
  4. Bob Cobbing was utterly unique.


  1. Braithwaite is a graduate (1984) and former lecturer (1998) at the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts, and is now based in Australia.

Brian Howard

  1. Brian Howard was expecting to go up to Oxford but he failed his School Certificate and had to use two crammers.
  2. Brian Howard was often drunk throughout his adult life and alcohol began to become a problem, along with drugs, during his 30s.
  3. Brian Howard was sacked from his MI5 job in the summer of 1942, possibly for too many indiscretions in night clubs.

Brian Patten

  1. Liverpool poets: a 1960s group of popular writers from the west-England city of Liverpool, including Adrian Henri, Roger McGough, and Brian Patten.
  2. In 1967, The Mersey Sound was published, an anthology of works by McGough and fellow Liverpool poets Adrian Henri and Brian Patten. (Web site)

Charles Causley

  1. CHARLES CAUSLEY was one of the best-loved and most widely anthologised poets of the 20th century.
  2. Charles Causley was born in Launceston, Cornwall in 1917 and except for six years of military service in the Royal Navy, he lived in Launceston. (Web site)
  3. Charles Causley is one of the most distinguished contemporary.
  4. Charles Causley was among the most important British poets of his generation.
  5. Charles Causley was born in 1917 on, as he noted with wry precision, "the 1,117th day of the `Great War' ".

Charles Sackville

  1. Charles Sackville was born on the 24th January 1637.

Charlotte Bronte

  1. Charlotte Bronte is a slight, brown-haired girl, with an eye full of clairvoyant power. (Web site)
  2. Charlotte Bronte was accused of writing an "anti-Christian" book. (Web site)
  3. Charlotte Bronte was happy in the choice made for her of the second school to which she was sent. (Web site)
  4. Charlotte Bronte was on earth what is now known as a medium. (Web site)

Charlotte Smith

  1. Radcliffe's and Charlotte Smith's novels.
  2. Charlotte Smith - Information about the poet and novelist, and British Romanticism.
  3. See Rousseau’s Solitary Wanderer and the Romantic obsession with vagrancy evident in writers like Charlotte Smith. (Web site)

Christopher Caudwell

  1. Christopher Caudwell was killed by the fascists in the valley of Jarama February 12th 1937, during his first day of battle.
  2. Christopher Caudwell was the pen-name of Christopher St. John Sprigg, born into a Catholic London family.

Christopher Logue

  1. Christopher Logue: The Academy of American Poets presents biographies, photographs, selected poems, and links as part of its online poetry exhibits.
  2. Christopher Logue is a poet who has also written screenplays and acted in several films. (Web site)
  3. Christopher Logue is a screenwriter, a film actor, and the author of several books of poems.
  4. Christopher Logue was born in Hampshire, England, in 1926 Shop for Christopher Logue books at your local bookstore, through Booksense.

Christopher Marlowe

  1. Christopher Marlowe was born the same year as Shakespeare's birth. (Web site)
  2. Christopher Marlowe was killed at the age of 29 in a tavern broil by Ingram Frizer, and buried at St. Nicholas, Deptford. (Web site)

Coventry Patmore

  1. Coventry Patmore was caricatured as the unpleasant poet Carleon Anthony in Joseph Conrad 's novel Chance (1913). (Web site)


  1. The most notable poems of the 8th century include Christ II, Elene, The Fates of the Apostles, and Juliana, all signed by Cynewulf.
  2. Compare the views of nature in Beowulf and in the Cynewulf poems. (Web site)
  3. Toward the end of the century in which Cynewulf lived, the Danes swept down on the English coasts and overwhelmed Northumbria.

David Gascoyne

  1. David Gascoyne is an English poet and editor.
  2. DAVID GASCOYNE was born in 1916 in Harrow.
  3. David Gascoyne was also made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1994.
  4. David Gascoyne was brought up a Protestant by agnostic parents. (Web site)

Denise Riley

  1. Denise Riley is a professor in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of East Anglia.

Donald Davie

  1. Donald Davie was someone whom I got to know shortly before his death.


  1. Dowson was a prominent member of the aesthetic movement, a group of English poets and painters of the 1890s formed as a reaction against Victorianism. (Web site)
  2. Dowson was an influence on Yeats' early work and is frequently associated with the 1890's fin de siecle or decadent period in literature.
  3. Dowson was known there, and I used to think he was always at his best in a cabmen's shelter. (Web site)

Ebenezer Elliott

  1. Ebenezer Elliott was a Rotherham man who became involved with both Chartism and the anti-Corn-Law campaign.
  2. Ebenezer Elliott was an English poet and Chartist agitator.

Edgell Rickword

  1. After Cambridge he became editor, initially with Edgell Rickword, of the communist cultural periodical Our Time. (Web site)
  2. John Edgell Rickword, MC ( October 22, 1898 - March 15, 1982) was an English poet and critic, and journalist and literary editor. (Web site)

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