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For the future: poems and essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on his 80th…

by Ian Brinton

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This collection, with a beautiful cover designed by Ian Friend, ranges from the academic to the creative and anecdotal, and is both a festschrift and response to the poet and teacher, showing the awe and gratitude felt by many of his friends and admirers. [David Caddy, Tears in the Fence blog, 14.06.16]
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In June 2016, J.H. Prynne celebrates his 80th birthday. A major figure in contemporary British poetry, he and his work are here celebrated by friends and admirers, with new poems and essays on his writings. Both a festschrift and a study of a highly original body of work, the collection offers something for all readers of Prynne's poetry. "J.H. Prynne is without doubt the most formidable and accomplished poet in England today, a writer who has single-handedly changed the vocabulary of expression, and who, through his teaching at Cambridge, has re-educated the sensibility of an entire generation of students.'' -Peter Ackroyd (Sunday Times, 3 December 1987)

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