Roger McGough Selected Poems

ISBN 13: 9780224027182

Selected Poems

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Following his early success as one of the Liverpool poets, Roger McGough has gone on to establish himself as one of the most powerful and distinctive voices in modern poetry. Selected Poems 1967-1987 collects twenty years of work in one volume. Apart from his considerable service to the progress of popularity of poetry itself, Roger McGough is the urban poet who celebrates the people and the trappings of the city. For many, particularly the young and those who have experienced the upheavals and wider social changes of the last twenty-five years, McGough's work has a relevance and immediacy which makes it seem like an invigorating wind (and sometimes a sharp blast) blowing through the traditional corridors of poetry. Literary trends come and go, reputations flare up and disappear, but Roger McGough's popularity continues to increase. Committed fans as well as a new generation of readers will welcome this collection of poems

Biografía del autor:

Roger McGough was born in Liverpool in 1937. He has written over 50 books for both. He has won the Signal Award for Poetry twice, and the Cholmondeley Award. He has also won a BAFTA for his film work and a Royal Television Society Award for his TV series. He was awarded the freedom of the City of Liverpool in 2001 and his OBE in 1997. He presents Poetry Please and guest hosts Home Truths on Radio 4.

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