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Ian Hamilton - Literature

You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. A professional man of letters - critic, editor, biographer - though never a professional poet, Ian Hamilton referred to his poems as 'miraculous lyrical arrivals', and he bided their time with exemplary patience and humility. His widely praised first collection, The Visit , published by Faber in , was incorporated into Fifty Poems in , itself expanded to Sixty Poems in In a preface to the former collection, he wrote: 'Fifty poems in twenty-five years: not much to show for half a lifetime, you might think.

And in certain moods, I would agree. Edited by Alan Jenkins, this authoritative Collected Poems contains all of the poetry that Ian Hamilton chose to publish, together with a small number of uncollected and unpublished poems; it also supplies an illuminating introduction, and succinctly helpful apparatus. The result is an edition whose thoroughness and tact are themselves a moving tribute, restoring to view one of the most disinctive bodies of work in twentieth-century English poetry.

In , he founded the influential poetry magazine, the Review , and he was later editor of the New Review.

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