London Poems On The Underground

London Poems On The Underground

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Based on the anthology "Poems on the Underground", this is a collection of poems, each reflecting a different mood, each a vision of London that is only one part of the vast metropolitan kaleidoscope. Contributors include Oscar Wilde, T.S. Eliot, Keats, John Gray, A.E. Houseman and Wordsworth.
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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • Weidenfeld Nicolson Illustrated
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 030434902X
  • 9780304349029

About Gerard Benson

Three compilers who alone determine the selection of poems: Judith Chernaik - American academic and from Brooklyn, now a London resident. Gerard Benson - widely published professional poet, gives regular poetry performances, an original Barrow Poet, lives in Bradford. Cicely Herbert - widely published, London resident, also a Barrow Poet. Three compilers who alone determine the selection of poems: Judith Chernaik - American academic and from Brooklyn, now a London resident. Gerard Benson - widely published professional poet, gives regular poetry performances, an original Barrow Poet, lives in Bradford. Cicely Herbert - widely published, London resident, also a Barrow Poet. EDITOR BIOGRAPHY: Three compilers who alone determine the selection of poems: Judith Chernaik - American academic from Brooklyn, now a London resident. Gerard Benson - widely published professional poet, gives regular poetry performances, lives in Bradford. Cicely Herbert - widely published, London resident, also professional poet.
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