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House Against the Night

Harry Guest

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Imprint: Anvil Press Poetry
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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Paperback (112 pages)
(Pub. Jun 1976)
9780856460258
£7.95 £7.16
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  • A House Against the Night collects Harry Guest’s poems written mainly during 1969–73 – the latter part of his time in Japan, and the first two years since his return to England.

    Harry Guest was born in Penarth, Wales in 1932. He read Modern Languages at Cambridge before beginning a career as a teacher in schools and universities in Japan and England. He edited and translated Penguin’s Post-War Japanese Poetry (1972). Recent books include a novel Lost Pictures and Traveller’s Literary Companion to ... read more
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