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A Kumquat for John Keats

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This single poem (included in his Selected Poetry) is attractively printed in a six page phamplet and illustrated with five graceful line drawings of kumquats. The drawings are executed in a pastel color to match the cover, and kumquats.
Paperback, 12 pages
Published December 1st 1995 by Bloodaxe Books
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He has written for the National Theatre in London, the New York Metropolitan Opera and for the BBC and Channel 4 television. He was born in Leeds, England in 1937 and was educated at Leeds Grammar School and Leeds University, where he read Classics and took a diploma in Linguistics.

He became the first Northern Arts Literary Fellow (1967-8), a post that
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