Account Options Anmelden. Meine Mediathek Hilfe Erweiterte Buchsuche. Fox Running. Ken Smith. It is now available in his Collected Poems He was called 'the godfather of the new poetry' because his politically edgy, cuttingly colloquial, muscular poetry influenced a whole generation of younger British poets, from Simon Armitage to Carol Ann Duffy. Ken Smith was born in Rudston, East Yorkshire, the son of an itinerant farm labourer.
These objects are items which are listened to and teach. As the title suggests, the poem begins by describing Fox running through the suburbs of London. However, the Shorter Oxford Dictionary offers no definition of the word at all. Woman I loved.
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Ken Smith was born in Rudston, Yorkshire, the son of a farm labourer whose work meant Ken had an itinerant childhood. He later co-edited Stand with Silkin, the politically radical and socially engaged poetry magazine which had an important influence. In Smith won a Gregory Award for his first pamphlet of poetry, his first full collection, The Pity , appearing from Jonathan Cape in After joining the student and staff protests at Leeds in , Smith left for America. American culture, poetry and landscapes were to remain key inspirations. Smith returned to England in and his work gradually began to attract notice at a national level, especially through the influence of Bloodaxe which began publishing his poetry in and which became an increasingly significant player in the poetry world. His poetry, both accessible and highly individual, developed a wide readership happy to join Smith on his voyage of self-discovery as he sought out "a language to speak to myself" Times Literary Supplement.
If you have forgotten your password, please request a password reset. If you do not already have an account, please register. Monday 12th November am first posted 6th November How does one sum up the collected works of a writer when the book weighs in at a massive odd pages of richly various poetry, in a way that truly does the man justice? Even his early poetry touches on, for instance, political violence. I could spend most of this review just on this poem, but there is so much more to this book. But at the heart of his poems, there is his own hurt: a poverty-stricken, isolated childhood blighted by the violence of a father who was always angry and resentful about his lot.