Drowned Book - 
      Sean O'Brien
    
      Helen Dunmore

Drowned Book

; Helen Dunmore (Introduksjon)

«It's almost as though he's seeing into a kind of pool in which the past is there, held in a sort of suspension . . . exhilarating»

Picador's second collection from one of the finest English poets of the last fifty years Les mer
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Picador's second collection from one of the finest English poets of the last fifty years
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Forlag: Picador
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 96
ISBN: 9781447294030
Format: 20 x 13 cm
Winner of T. S. Eliot Prize 2008 UK and Forward Prize for Poetry Best Collection 2007 UK.
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«It's almost as though he's seeing into a kind of pool in which the past is there, held in a sort of suspension . . . exhilarating»

«O'Brien's talent extends far beyond description . . . powerful, resonant and thought-provoking»

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Sean O'Brien is a poet, critic, playwright, broadcaster, anthologist and editor. He grew up in Hull and now lives in Newcastle upon Tyne; he is Professor of Poetry at Sheffield Hallam University and teaches on the MA Writing course. His five collections of poetry to date have all won awards, most recently Downriver (Picador, 2001), which won the Forward Prize for best collection. In 2002 Cousin Coat: Selected Poems 1976-2001 was published by Picador. His book of essays on contemporary poetry, The Deregulated Muse (Bloodaxe), was published in 1998, as was his acclaimed anthology The Firebox: Poetry In Britain And Ireland After 1945 (Picador). His most recent work is a verse translation of Dante's Inferno, which Picador published in 2006.