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LARKIN, Philip (Philip Arthur), 1922-1985 : THE WHITSUN WEDDINGS : POEMS.
London : Faber & Faber, (1964). First edition. A celebrated collection of thirty-two poems and one of the high points of twentieth-century poetry. “The poems were written in or near Hull, Yorkshire, with a succession of Royal Sovereign 2B pencils during the years 1955 to 1963” (Philip Larkin).
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LARKIN, Philip (Philip Arthur), 1922-1985 : TROUBLE AT WILLOW GABLES AND OTHER FICTIONS.
London : Faber & Faber, (2002). First edition. Larkin’s original ambition was to be a novelist and the present volume gathers together his early fiction for girls written under the pseudonym “Brunette Coleman”, as well as unpublished drafts of two unfinished novels, “No for an Answer” and “A New World Symphony”, and further similar material. Edited by James Booth.
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LARKIN, Philip (Philip Arthur), 1922-1985 – contributor : THE LONDON MAGAZINE : NEW SERIES. VOLUME 1. NO. 11. FEBRUARY 1962.
London : London Magazine, 1962. A sparkling issue of the Alan Ross magazine – with Larkin’s “Nothing to be Said”, as well as further new poems from Charles Causley, Thom Gunn, Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath, Derek Walcott and others – with thoughts on the state of poetry from all of the above, as well as Robert Graves, Norman Nicholson and others, and short stories from Brian Glanville, Jean Rhys, etc.
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