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Geoffrey Hill - The Poetry And Voice Of Geoffrey Hill herunterladen Darsteller: Geoffrey Hill
Titel: The Poetry And Voice Of Geoffrey Hill
Stil: Poetry
Etikett: Caedmon Records
# Cat: TC 1597
Freigegeben: 1979
Land: US
FLAC album: 1298 mb
MP3 album: 1002 mb
Bewertung: 4.9
Genre: Nicht Musik

Trackliste

1Men Are A Mockery Of Angels, A Prayer To The Sun, The Imaginative Life, Soliloquies: The Stone Man Old Poet With Distant Admirers3:56
2Funeral Music I-VIII6:49
3The Songbook Of Sebastian Arrurruz: 1, 2, 5, 9, 32:49
4From Of Commerce and Society: I-The Apostles: Versailles 1919, IV-Statesmen Have Known Visions..., VI-The Martyrdom Of Saint Sebastian 2:35
5Metamorphoses--IV Drake's Drum, Picture Of A Nativity, Canticle For Good Friday2:20
6Two Formal Elegies1:46
7Three Baroque Meditations 2:10
8The Guardians, Wreaths, After Cumae2:27
9Mercian Hymns I-XXX19:29
10Orpheus And Eurydice, To The Supposed Patron, Ovid In The Third Reich, Annunciations, Locust Songs5:57
11Genesis, God's Little Mountain, Merlin, Solomon's Mines, The Distant Fury Of Battle, Requiem For Plantagenet Kings4:49

Album

Hart, Henry, The Poetry of Geoffrey Hill, Southern Illinois University Press Carbondale, 1986. Hill has been considered to be among the most distinguished poets of his generation and was called the greatest living poet in the English language. From 2010 to 2015 he held the position of Professor of Poetry in the University of Oxford. Following his receiving the Truman Capote Award for. Geoffrey Hill poems, quotations and biography on Geoffrey Hill poet page. Read all poems of Geoffrey Hill and infos about Geoffrey Hill. Hill has been considered to be among the most distinguished poets of his generation. In June 2010 he was elected Professor of Poetry in the University of Oxford. Geoffrey Hill was born in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England, in 1932. When he was six, his family moved to nearby Fairfield in Worcestershire, where he attended the local primary school, then the grammar school in Bromsgrove. As an only child, he developed the habit of going for long walks alone, as an adolescent. more . Sir Geoffrey William Hill 18 June 1932 - 30 June 2016 was an English poet and academic, considered to be among the most distinguished poets of his generation. Hill was born in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England, in 1932. When he was 6, his family moved to nearby Fairfield in Worcestershire, where he attended the local primary school, then the grammar school in Bromsgrove. As an only child, he developed the habit of going for long walks alone, as an adolescent deliberating and composing poems as he. The Serpentine Gallery Poetry Marathon was an ambitious two-day poetry event taking place in London during Frieze Art Fair week and featuring Hill, a poet regularly hailed as the greatest in the English language, died suddenly on 30 June at the age of 84. Hills wife, the librettist Alice Goodman, announced his death on Twitter. Filling the prestigious role of Oxfords professor of poetry from 2010 until 2015, Hill was knighted for his services to literature in 2012 and was greatly acclaimed by critics and fellow poets. Mercian Hymns, published in 1971, was a collection of prose poems that combined the life of the eighth-century Mercian ruler, King Offa, with memories of Hills own childhood in the Midlands. As an only child, he developed the habit of going for long walks alone, as an adolescent deliberating and composing poems as he muttered to the stones and trees. On these walks he often carried with him Oscar Williams' A Little Treasury of Modern Poetry 1946, and Hill speculates: there was probably a time when I knew every poem in that anthology. The development of Geoffrey Hills verse over 30 years is like. Henry Hart has completed the first comprehensive mapping of this new poetic landscape and finds Hill a deeply traditional poet capable of writing in a variety of forms, but The development of Geoffrey Hills verse over 30 years is like the topography of his homeground in the West Midlands of England. There are hills and valleys but no wholly unexpected shifts of contour. Henry Hart has completed the first comprehensive mapping of this new poetic landscape and finds Hill a deeply traditional poet capable of writing in a variety of forms, but also one who used his superior skills to debate tradi. Geoffrey Hill was born in 1932, in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. He was the author of five books of poetry, two volumes of literary criticism, and a stage version of Isben's poetic drama Brand. These are poems written for those who love poetry and don't mind if it's hard, who can reread a poem ten times in order to appreciate it, who have the patience to learn to read a real poet. Although this book is only 200 pages, there is a lifetime almost of reflection contained within it, from the early poems reflecting on art, responsibility, history and war in For the Unfallen, to the funeral music of King Log, the beautiful prose poems of Mercian Hymns, and the deeply religious Tenebrae. He was 84. His death was announced on Twitter by his wife, Alice Goodman, and on the website of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he taught in the 1980s. It became commonplace by the 1980s to place Mr. Hill in the top echelon of contemporary British poetry. The critic Harold Bloom called him the strongest British poet now active