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...good circulation in Ireland. At most, Betjeman argued, itshould be implied only that...began to realise. In all this work,Betjeman brought to bear his own distinctive and...2019s daughter, Penelope, had met Betjeman and hiswife before their arrival in Dublin...
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BEATINGS AND TORMENTSJohn Betjeman's long, autobiographical poem Sumnwned...arbitrary reasons. In the first excerpt,Betjeman is beaten by a private school teacher...superiors. In the second excerpt, Betjeman is beaten by theolder boys--four...
...last months, as we shall see.John Betjeman wrote to him first in 1924 when as a...good poet andwho wasn't, Bosie giving Betjeman the name Moth, that of Armadopage in...enough,through a shooting friend of Betjeman's father, Sir Frederick O'Connor...
...Auden, who haswritten an introduction to Betjeman's book, dwellslengthily on the poet...farther frompathos than parody, which is Betjeman's manner ofprojection, and it is an...oblique oroutflanking methods.) Betjeman brings off his effectswith the greatest...
...people want to go with you.1960.FULL PEAL OF BETJEMAN John Betjeman's Collected Poems. Compiled with an Introduction...0028Murray).'Among the many ways in which Mr. Betjeman differs from mostof his fellow-poets,' according...
...would make him pure enough for her.In Betjeman, though, the phrase "worship God...0029 and New Bats in Old Belfries. But Betjeman reveled inthe particular too much to...for all who realize they must die.In Betjeman's overpopulated England, the landscape...
...Literature and Ideas (1963) obviously sees Betjeman as virtually theincarnation of gentility...English as passion as a literarytheme, Betjeman can be relied on (unlike Lowell, or...theMovement pantheon. Larkin, commenting on Betjeman's CollectedPoems in 1971, found therein...