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Stations

Keith Bosley

Imprint: Anvil Press Poetry
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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Paperback (112 pages)
(Pub. Dec 1979)
9780856460555
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  • A house that should have creaked but did not, the work of Benjamin Britten, an attempt at fostering: the wide range of Keith Bosley’s new collection springs from a few central themes – the need for constant negotiation between people, between life and art, between parts of ourselves.

    Stations contains Keith Bosley’s poems since The Possibility of Angels (1969).

    Keith Bosley was born in Buckinghamshire in 1937 and read French at Reading, Paris and Caen. He is the author of six collections of poems. Over twenty works of translation include Finnish Folk Poetry: Epic (1977), Mallarmé: The Poems (1977), From the Theorems of Master Jean de La Ceppède (1983) and ... read more
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