Philip Larkin

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BBC News
Guyana's gifts to the worldChristie and Harold Pinter. The poetry of John Agard The BBC's first poet in r
Guyana's gifts to the world
BBC News / Posted 6 hours ago
Christie and Harold Pinter. The poetry of John Agard The BBC's first poet in residence, and, along with WH Auden and Philip Larkin, he is also a recipient of the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry. The 1967 film may have starred Sydney Poitier,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Our deep pain, by those who lost parents in Northern Ireland's Troublessense of the enormous loss that haunts the lives of those bereaved in the North
Our deep pain, by those who lost parents in Northern Ireland's Troubles
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
sense of the enormous loss that haunts the lives of those bereaved in the Northern Ireland conflict," she said. "The poet Philip Larkin wrote: 'What will survive of us is love'. "We are profoundly grateful to those who were willing to share their... Read more
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Boston Globe
Who are the artistic geniuses of today?the yin and yang of mid-20th-century jazz vocals. Frank Sinatra, for sure. In p
Who are the artistic geniuses of today?
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
the yin and yang of mid-20th-century jazz vocals. Frank Sinatra, for sure. In poetry, Elizabeth Bishop, W. H. Auden, Philip Larkin. In film, Buster Keaton, Yasujiro Ozu, Howard Hawks, Frederick Wiseman. Maybe directors Paul Thomas Anderson... Read more
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The Irish Times
Shakespeare and me: Irish writers on the Bard's best bitsShakespeare was extremely interested in the question of time and our relationsh
Shakespeare and me: Irish writers on the Bard's best bits
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
Shakespeare was extremely interested in the question of time and our relationship to it. Days are where we live, as Philip Larkin wrote – time is perhaps the most significant dimension, but of course we have to take it entirely for granted... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Blown up – how cinema captured the dark heart of the swinging 60swas another foreigner who kick-started the whole scene in the first place. Sexu
Blown up – how cinema captured the dark heart of the swinging 60s
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 1 months ago
was another foreigner who kick-started the whole scene in the first place. Sexual intercourse began in 1963, according to Philip Larkin, “between the end of the Chatterley ban / and the Beatles’ first LP”. Swinging London cinema began the year... Read more

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