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Patricia Beer

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  • Patricia Beer was born in Exmouth in 1924. Her Mother died when she was 14; an event that deeply and far-reachinly affected her work, life and perspective on death. She began writing during World War II and from 1960 wrote full time.
    Praise for Patricia Beer `Patricia Beer writes with an excellence and exhilaration matched by scarcely any other English poet,'
    Kenneth Rose
    `One of the best poets writing in England today,'
    John Bayley

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