Palgrave Macmillan, Sep 15, 1997 - Literary Collections - 265 pages
The essays in this volume abandon the tired clichés of an older critical consensus and offer a lively, provocative response to such issues as sexual politics, national identity and postcolonialism in the work of Philip Larkin, a writer widely regarded as the best Poet Laureate England never had.
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An internet bibliography for Philip Larkin, from literaryhistory.com.
www.literaryhistory.com/ 20thC/ Larkin.htm
Philip Larkin (1922-1985)
In 1962 Wellington Library was enlarged and modernised and Philip Larkin returned to the town where he was still affectionately remembered to formally open ...
untier.de: Philip Larkin. Hier. Gedichte. (Übertr. von Ulrich ...
Blessington, Francis C. "‚An Old-Type Natural Fouled-up Guy': The Conflicting Voice in Philip Larkin" The Motive for Metaphor: Essays on Modern Poetry, ed. ...
www.untier.de/ seiten/ larkin/ seiten/ auswahkbiblio.htm
The site provides a nice over view of his works, his lifes, and his membership of "The Movement"
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Philip Larkin – Facts about Philip Larkin, biography, pictures of Philip Larkin, videos, and Information at Encyclopedia.com: a free, credible collection of ...
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Philip Larkin Biography and Bibliography at litweb.net
Philip Larkin. English poet, novelist, and critic, a leading figure of 'The Movement,' term coined to describe a group of British poets that coalesced ...
www.litweb.net/ biography/ 45/ Philip_Larkin.html
JSTOR: Philip Larkin
The survey of criticism comprises five sections: 'Philip Larkin and the Movement', 'Gentility in English Poetry' (on the controversy surrounding Alvarez's ...
Philip Larkin Life Stories, Books, & Links
Stories about Philip Larkin's life and A Girl in Winter, Collected Poems, Further Requirements, High Windows, Jazz: Essays and Reviews, Required Writing
www.todayinliterature.com/ biography/ philip.larkin.asp
Stephen Regan, Durham University
In a short article for the New Statesman in September 1963, Philip Larkin summed up the influence of Louis macneice for his own post-war generation of poets ...
www.qub.ac.uk/ schools/ media/ Media,94237,en.doc
Philip Larkin: Grounded Visionary
Philip Larkin’s poetry at its best answers to this high charge. He can range from the bitter pessimism of ‘Wires’ to the mystic tinge of ‘High Windows’, ...
www.dur.ac.uk/ postgraduate.english/ mcnamee.htm