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by David Morphet

Author: David Morphet
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Notion Books (May 1, 2002)
Pages: 112 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.2
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David Morphet is a poet and writer who has worked in the Diplomatic Service, the . Seventy-Seven Poems (Notion Books:2002). The Angel and the Fox (Notion Books:2003).

David Morphet is a poet and writer who has worked in the Diplomatic Service, the Department of Energy and private industry. Born on 24 January 1940, he grew up in a Pennine valley near Huddersfield He married Sarah Gillian Sedgwick in 1968. They have three children and five grandchildren. Approaching Animals from A to Z (Notion Books:2004).

NINETEEN SEVENTY-SEVEN. NINETEEN SEVENTY-SEVEN. David Peace is the author of The Red Riding Quartet, GB84, The Damned Utd, and Tokyo Year Zero. Peace’s policemen rape prostitutes they are meant to be protecting, torture suspects they know cannot be guilty and reap the profits of organized vice. Peace’s powerful novel exposes a side of life which most of us would prefer to ignore. He was chosen as one of Granta’s Best Young British Novelists, and has received the James Tait Black Memorial Prize, the German Crime Fiction Award, and the French Grand Prix de Roman Noir for Best Foreign Novel. Born and raised in Yorkshire, he has lived in Tokyo since 1994.

Author David Morphet. ISBN 0 9541573 1 1 Published 2002 200 x 130 mm: 112 pp: softback with full colour cover. Price: £. 9 plus £. 0 postage and packing. There is a wide spread of theme and treatment in these seventy-seven poems, which were written over a period of many years. Some draw on the experience of the poet’s diplomatic career. For instance, the opening poem Official Hospitality describes an official visit to Moscow, against the background of Vietnam, with Mrs Gromyko toasting the young poet with her glass held high.

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We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. Born on 24 January 1940, he grew up in a Pennine valley near Huddersfield. Seventy-Seven Poems (2002) ISBN 09541573 1 1. The Angel and the Fox (2003) ISBN 09541573 2 X.

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David Constantine is an English poet known also for his translations of poets such as Enzensberger, Brecht, Goethe . All seven poems included here are from his COLLECTED POEMS, published in 2004 by Bloodaxe Books.

David Constantine is an English poet known also for his translations of poets such as Enzensberger, Brecht, Goethe, Hölderlin, Kleist and Jaccottet. His poetry stands outside the current literary climate, and like the work of the European and English poets who have nourished him, it is informed by a profoundly humane vision of the world. The poems are ‘New Year Behind the Asylum’, ‘Eldon Hole’, ‘The Wasps’,’Something for the Ghosts’, ‘Legger’, ‘Common and Particular’ and ‘Watching for Dolphins’.

This collection of poems draws on the poet's career which has taken him to many different places - including diplomatic missions to Moscow (at the time of Vietnam); to Bucharest (where he writes about meeting the former dictator Ceausescu; and to the United Nations in New York following the Yom Kippur War. He also writes about Spain, where he lived for three years; the Middle East; and India. Elsewhere, he enters territories of the mind, taking such themes as second sight and coincidence; the illusion necessary to life in a world of quantum particles; and the limits of scientific discovery. The collection also offers more personal themes - the anguish of hospital visits, the death of parents and poems of tenderness. Landscape is evoked in much of the work, as in the "twilit Carmarthen hills" of "Black Mountain". This volume covers a wide range of themes and the poetry - written in a strong, clear idiom - is, and is meant to be, accessible to all.