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by Philip Hobsbaum
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The dedication of Alasdair Gray's The Book of Prefaces is "to Philip Hobsbaum poet, critic and servant of servants of art". Seamus Heaney also dedicated the poem (from Death of a Naturalist, 1966) to Philip Hobsbaum. Tradition and Experiment in English Poetry (Macmillan, 1979). A Reader's Guide to D H Lawrence (Thames and Hudson, 1981). Essentials Of Literary Criticism (Thames and Hudson, 1983). Authors: Hobsbaum, Philip. Eliot, Whitman and American Tradition. The Growth of English Modernism. The Poetry of Barbarism.
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Hobsbaum wrote four books of poetry: The Place’s Fault (1964), In Retreat and Other Poems (1966), Coming .
Hobsbaum wrote four books of poetry: The Place’s Fault (1964), In Retreat and Other Poems (1966), Coming Out Fighting (1969), and Women and Animals (1972). His works of criticism include A Theory of Communication (1970), Tradition and Experiment in English Poetry (1979), Essentials of Literary Criticism (1983), and Metre, Rhythm and Verse Form (1996). He also wrote several reader’s guides, including A Reader’s Guide to Charles Dickens (1972), A Reader’s Guide to . Lawrence (1981), and A Reader’s Guide to Robert Lowell (1988).
Philip Hobsbaum, a British poet and literary critic whose workshops and . His other books include "A Reader's Guide to .
Philip Hobsbaum, a British poet and literary critic whose workshops and criticism helped inspire a new generation of writers, including Seamus Heaney, died on Tuesday in Glasgow. Professor Hobsbaum, who had his own poetry published on both sides of the Atlantic, helped start noted writing seminars in Cambridge, London, Belfast and Glasgow. Lawrence" (1981), "A Reader's Guide to Robert Lowell" (1988), "A Theory of Communication" (1970), "Tradition and Experiment in English Poetry" (1979) and "Essentials of Literary Criticism" (1983).
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Philip Dennis Hobsbaum (29 June 1932 - 28 June 2005) was an English poet, academic, and literary critic. Hobsbaum was born into a PolishJewish family in London, and brought up in Bradford, in Yorkshire. He read English at Downing College, Cambridge, where he was taught and heavily influenced by .