Collected Poems

Collected Poems

Hope Mirrlees James Byrne Sandeep Parmar / Aug 22, 2019

Collected Poems Spanning several decades of her life multiple continents and significant events this collection of Hope Mirrlees s poetry includes previously unpublished work and the modernist writer s later poems

  • Title: Collected Poems
  • Author: Hope Mirrlees James Byrne Sandeep Parmar
  • ISBN: 9781847770752
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spanning several decades of her life, multiple continents, and significant events, this collection of Hope Mirrlees s poetry includes previously unpublished work and the modernist writer s later poems and essays, written circa 1920 Also included is the full text of Paris A Poema daylong, psycho geographical fl nerie through the streets and metro tunnels of postWorld WarSpanning several decades of her life, multiple continents, and significant events, this collection of Hope Mirrlees s poetry includes previously unpublished work and the modernist writer s later poems and essays, written circa 1920 Also included is the full text of Paris A Poem a daylong, psycho geographical fl nerie through the streets and metro tunnels of post World War I Paris Groundbreaking and illuminating, this volume is a testament to Mirrlees s contribution to 20th century poetry.

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    About "Hope Mirrlees James Byrne Sandeep Parmar"

      • Hope Mirrlees James Byrne Sandeep Parmar

        Hope Mirrlees was a British translator, poet and novelist She is best known for the 1926 Lud in the Mist, a fantasy novel and influential classic, and for Paris A Poem, a modernist poem.


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