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Materials for Teachers. The Walt Whitman Award. James Laughlin Award. His readings of poems by the poets in his pantheon, in particular, were moving and generous.
As a teenager I bought the old Penguin edition of the Collected Poems. I leaned to the lamp; the pallid moths Clipped its glass, made an autumnal sound. The work is indeed erudite and allusive. The allusions are necessary to a poet whose work has so much to do with the exercise of the historical imagination in a poetry that wishes to charge every word with meaning.
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All achieved so economically, so memorably. This is great poetry that combines sensuality, precision and historical insight.
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Our loss in his death is grievous and deeply sad in what are already sad times but he leaves behind him a body of work of unparalleled integrity, beauty and depth that will be read for centuries to come. Both volumes gather a lifetime of brilliant work — much of it recent - and show what a very great poet and critic Geoffrey is. The acclaim poured in for these books. His fierce intelligence will be much missed, as will his moral seriousness.
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Carol Ann Duffy, poet laureate Geoffrey Hill was, in poetry, a saint and a warrior who never gave an inch in his crusade to reach poetic truth. Christopher Ricks, critic and scholar There was no living poet whose latest work I more wished for and stood in need of at once, on the day of publication, above all for its immediacy.
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On August. Finally he wants, like Abraham,. He wakes. A dose of too much hope, then. On weekends. In a rainstorm he joins the neighbor men,. One afternoon he rescues. The police leave him alone,. Now gifts:. But it's too late, nothing saves him.
As a child I stood next to my father. Nick Ray asks the question. We were the little people,. Click here to return to The Poets table of contents.