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All I Can Say

Geoffrey Holloway

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Imprint: Anvil Press Poetry
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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Paperback (96 pages)
(Pub. Jun 1978)
9780856460470
£6.95 £6.25
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  • This is the late Geoffrey Holloway’s third collection of verse, following To Have Eyes (Anvil, 1972) and Rhine Jump (London Magazine Editions, 1974; a Poetry Book Society Choice). All I Can Say is a wide selection of his poems from many years of writing, diverse in theme and styles but constant in their accuracy of observation and compassion.

    Geoffrey Holloway was born in 1918 and served some part of the last war in a parachute field ambulance. In 1977 he married the poet and artist Patricia Pogson. He died in 1997. The Collected Poems of Geoffrey Holloway, edited by David Morley, was published by Arrowhead Press in 2007. ... read more
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