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First published in 1964. SEE NEW JACKET EDITION (with Bertrams ISBN 020200777x)

Synopsis:

A collection of poems from a "tenderly observant" poet who writes about what all of us can understand. The title poem describes the poet's journey by train from Hull to London, using the tones and rhythms of ordinary speech and focusing on the urban landscape of the industrial north.

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ISBN:
9780571097104
Author:
Larkin, Phillip
Publisher:
Libri
Subject:
General
Subject:
English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Publication Date:
January 1971
Binding:
Trade Paper
Language:
English
Dimensions:
8.21x4.88x.17 in. .15 lbs.

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