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by Peter Scupham

ePub Night Watch download
Author:
Peter Scupham
ISBN13:
978-0856463198
ISBN:
0856463191
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Publisher:
Anvil Pr Poetry Ltd (November 11, 1999)
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Poetry
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Peter Scupham's eleventh collection brings his customary elegance and skill to bear on themes as diverse as the "Battle of Arras", "Kilvert's Diary", and an unexpected encounter with his parents on holiday from the underworld. These parables and truthful fictions explore meeting points and intersections between 'is' and 'was', or 'is' and 'might be'.

Peter Scupham (born 24 February 1933) is a British poet. Scupham was born in Liverpool. He was educated at the Perse, Cambridge and St. George's, Harpenden. After National Service with the RAOC he studied at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He taught at Skegness Grammar School, and then became Head of English at St. Christopher School, Letchworth.

Peter Scupham, British lecturer, publisher, and poet (The Air Show) tackles issues arising from coming of age in the midst of the Cold War in this, his 11th collection of verse. The poems loosely fall into three sections. The first section explores the 20th century up through WWII-this section ends with "Crossing the Peak" (which characterizes the Cold War as an "entanglement of wing" shocking the mid-century British by "skating its hooks" on the "cold metal" of their victory over Hitler)

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Borrowed Landscapes, Peter Scupham's first book since his acclaimed Collected Poems of 2002, explores a hinterland of enchantment and nightmare, a landscapre whose contours reach back to Shakespeare's England by way of two world wars and a coming of age shaped by the Suez crisis.

Borrowed Landscapes, Peter Scupham's first book since his acclaimed Collected Poems of 2002, explores a hinterland of enchantment and nightmare, a landscapre whose contours reach back to Shakespeare's England by way of two world wars and a coming of age shaped by the Suez crisis and the Cold War. The barbarities of the twentieth century haunt the shadows; there is comfort in the graces of domestic life, in friendships and long memories, in cats and gardens and eccentricities.

Borrowed Landscapes, Peter Scupham's first book since his acclaimed Collected Poems of 2002, explores a hinterland of enchantment and nightmare, a landscape whose contours reach back to Shakespeare's England by way o. .

Borrowed Landscapes, Peter Scupham's first book since his acclaimed Collected Poems of 2002, explores a hinterland of enchantment and nightmare, a landscape whose contours reach back to Shakespeare's England by way of two world wars and a coming of age shaped by the Suez crisis and the Cold War. Product Identifiers. He co-founded The Mandeville Press and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Carcanet publish his Collected Poems (2002), his Selected Poems (1999) and several collections of his poems. He has also published previous books with Oxford University Press and Anvil. He now lives in Norfolk where he runs a catalogue book business.

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Explores meeting points and intersections between 'is' and 'was', or 'is' and 'might be'.