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eBook Poet Could Not But Be Gay: Some Legends of my Lost Youth ePub
Author: James Kirkup
Language: English
ISBN: 0720608236
ISBN13: 978-0720608236
Publisher: Peter Owen Ltd; First Edition edition (December 31, 1991)
Pages: 160
Category: Poetry
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 240
Formats: txt mbr lit azw
ePub file: 1721 kb
Fb2 file: 1695 kb

James Kirkup (Author).

James Kirkup (Author).

James Falconer Kirkup, FRSL was a prolific English poet, translator and travel writer. He was brought up in South Shields, and educated at South Shields Secondary School and Durham University. He wrote over 30 books, including autobiographies, novels and plays

James Falconer Kirkup, FRSL was a prolific English poet, translator and travel writer. He wrote over 30 books, including autobiographies, novels and plays. He became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1962. Books by James Kirkup. Mor. rivia About A Poet Could Not.

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Kirkup is a distinguished poet who has spent much of his life teaching in Japan. It is the idea of the homosexual, like the poet, seeking impossible beauty in dark places that is at the core of this funny and sometimes painful work. Shipping: £ 15 Within United Kingdom.

Personal Name: Kirkup, James, 1918-2009. Follows in exact chronological sequence my previous volume: I, of all people, an autobiography of youth" Foreword. Physical Description: 240 p. ;, 23 cm. General Note: "Follows in exact chronological sequence my previous volume: I, of all people, an autobiography of youth" Foreword. General Note: LC copy has jacket. General Note: Source: Purchase, Aug. 1991 (DLC

James Kirkup, who has died aged 91, was an extraordinarily prolific writer in many genres. His volumes of autobiography (notably The Only Child, 1957, Sorrows, Passions and Alarms, 1959, and A Poet Could Not But Be Gay, 1991) were widely praised

James Kirkup, who has died aged 91, was an extraordinarily prolific writer in many genres. Though perhaps best known as a poet, he was also an accomplished translator of verse, prose and drama, a fine travel writer, a dramatist and an autobiographer of distinction. His volumes of autobiography (notably The Only Child, 1957, Sorrows, Passions and Alarms, 1959, and A Poet Could Not But Be Gay, 1991) were widely praised. The reader is advised, however, not to underestimate the amount of embellishment and invention that such volumes contain. Kirkup was an extraordinarily prolific man of letters and continued to be so after his retirement to Andorra.

It means that the poet felt that he could not help himself but to be cheerful, merry, and high-spirited in . .This poem is of a different time from ours, when gay meant only bright and pleasant, promoting a feeling of cheer, and jocund meant full of high-spirited merriment. It means that the poet felt that he could not help himself but to be cheerful, merry, and high-spirited in the presence of the ten thousand daffodils that were dancing in the breeze before him. 1. k views · View 25 Upvoters · Answer requested by. Pranjal Pathak.

James Kirkup, who died on Sunday 10 May, aged 91, at his Andorran home, was an internationally celebrated poet . Based for some time in London, Kirkup became known for his wit, flamboyance, outspokenness, sociability and bibulousness

James Kirkup, who died on Sunday 10 May, aged 91, at his Andorran home, was an internationally celebrated poet, memoirist, novelist, playwright and translator. James Falconer Kirkup was born on 23 April 1918 in South Shields, County Durham. Based for some time in London, Kirkup became known for his wit, flamboyance, outspokenness, sociability and bibulousness. He befriended literary types such as Jon Silkin, John Heath Stubbs, David Wright, Roy Campbell, Muriel Spark and Stephen Spender.

some legends of my lost youth. Follows in exact chronological sequence my previous volume: I, of all people, an autobiography of youth"-Foreword. Source: Purchase, Aug. 1991 (DLC 240 p. ; Number of pages.

The poet, James Kirkup, 89, now lives in Andorra. He continues to work and frequently contributes obituaries to newspapers. It was the only way I knew to speak our love’s proud name, to tell him of my long devotion, my desire, my dread-. something we had never talked about

The poet, James Kirkup, 89, now lives in Andorra. Mr Lemon fell ill with an AIDS-related illness and sold Gay News in 1982. something we had never talked about. My spear, wet with blood

Moving and humorous as well as uninhibited in its homo-erotic exposures, this recounts the author's disaffections with England and subsequent experiences in Sweden and then in Spain, where he falls passionately in love with a young American man. Kirkup is a distinguished poet who has spent much of his life teaching in Japan. It is the idea of the homosexual, like the poet, seeking impossible beauty in dark places that is at the core of this funny and sometimes painful work."" - Sunday Times.
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