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Wondering About Many Women
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Gathering together poems written over a number of years, Derwent May’s Wondering About Many Women enchants not just with its freshness and candour,but also with its distinctive modernity.
Wry and witty, the persona at the centre of these poems evokes scenes and relationships that seem familiar but prove to be surprising and strange.
Using various verse forms, he probes subtly and musically into deep emotions that we are often unaware of.
Wondering About Many Women is an exuberant demonstration of the power of poetry.
About the author:
Derwent May has been the literary editor of the Listener, and literary and arts editor of the Sunday Telegraph and the European. He has written many books, including four novels, and has contributed Nature Notes to The Times, at first weekly and now daily, since 1981.
He has been a judge for the Booker Prize and the Hawthornden Prize, and is at present literary consultant to the London Magazine. He has written poems regularly and published them in newspapers and magazines, but this is his first collection.
He is married, with two children, and lives in London.
Greenwich Exchange Category: Poetry
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