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Collected Poems af Philip Larkin

Collected Poems (udgave 2004)

af Philip Larkin (Forfatter), Anthony Thwaite (Redaktør)

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Titel:Collected Poems
Forfattere:Philip Larkin (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Anthony Thwaite (Redaktør)
Info:Farrar, Straus and Giroux (2004), Edition: First Edition, 240 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek

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Collected Poems af Philip Larkin


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Love Larkin. This should really have Aubade in as well which is probably my favourite Larkin.
Here’s a link so you can read aubade too https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/48422/aubade-56d229a6e2f07 ( )
  mjhunt | Jan 22, 2021 |
bring to bloom the million-petalled flower of being here

(I suspect I may not have cherished this so much if it hadn't been taught to me by my teacher.) ( )
  piquareste | Jun 3, 2020 |
A beautiful edition of Philip Larkins poems. It's 3/4 cloth bound book - not leather bound like earlier Romantic Poets' editions. All th epoems are here, along with a selection of photographs from Larkin's archive in Hull. The photos are pictures of Larkin. landscapes that inspired his poems and people in Larkin's life (Bun and his mum). A handsome book with a pleasant print - a fine gift for anyone interested in poems, writing or Larkin. ( )
  SandyF14 | May 16, 2020 |
I never really enjoyed or appreciated poetry -- especially that of the "masters" they continually shoved down your throat year after year throughout your educational experience. I mean, is there any official academic ban of a little damn diversity in poets and poetry being taught??? I recall asking a couple of professors why we never read or studied certain prominent poets and got the reply that they weren't worthy of it, weren't good enough to take seriously, etc. So while I have far too much education and too many degrees, the fact is as always, tradition academics devoid of open minds and creativity continually decide the appropriate "canon," simply by recycling the same shit every year. I grew to hate Dylan Thomas with a passion, felt like puking when reading Plath, took years for me to appreciate Yeats, etc. If they didn't cram it down your throat every year, I don't think I would have been a poetry-hating English major! Thankfully, one professor quietly pointed me to Larkin as a poet who might appeal to me, and he was right! While not every poem resonated with me, I found relief in Larkin and simply quality poetry that was generally overlooked or ignored in academia. Naturally, I read everything of his that I could. LOL! It wasn't too long, though, before I stumbled across the two poets who would both shape my own life and my own writing: Ferlinghetti and Bukowski, both of whom I had the pleasure of later meeting and getting to know and I will always treasure the various autographed books and other things they each gave me, but I've often wondered if I would have even found them, let alone come to appreciate them so much, if it weren't for Larkin in the first place. I continue to remain grateful to him and his poetry for helping me to turn away from my hatred of poetry by realizing that there were many legitimate alternatives from the same old dusty boring "masters" forever taught in the schools and who gives a damn what some Ivory Tower academic says about what is or is not acceptable quality -- it's purely subjective, and the fact is, both Ferlinghetti and Bukowski have been far more popular and successful than any other American poets, with the sole possible exception of Ginsberg. If you haven't read Larkin, do so and I think you may find yourself surprised at what you read, ideally in a positive way. Obviously recommended. ( )
  scottcholstad | Jan 14, 2020 |
I much prefer the poetry of his later years. There were many bits I wanted for my commonplace book. ( )
  Karen74Leigh | Sep 4, 2019 |
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Larkin had the gift of reuniting poetry at its most artful with ordinary speech at its most unstudied – at its least literary. Though a scholar to the roots, he was not being perverse when he posed as a simple man. He thought that art should be self-sufficient. He was disturbed by the way literary studies had crowded out literature. But none of this means that he was simplistic. Though superficially a reactionary crusader against modernism, a sort of latter-day, one-man Council of Trent, he knew exactly when to leave something unexplained.
tilføjet af SnootyBaronet | RedigerNew Yorker, Clive James

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