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Martin Seymour-Smith



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This is Martin Seymour-Smith's first publication of his poetry for more than twenty years. This collection of thirty-six poems is a fearless account of an inner life of love, frustration, guilt, laughter and the celebration of others. He is best known to the general public as the author of the controversial and bestselling Hardy (1994).



52  pages

ISBN: 978-1-871551-08-2

Greenwich Exchange Category: Poetry

Series: None



Other books by Martin Seymour-Smith published by Greenwich Exchange:

Collected Poems 1943-1993

Shakespeare's Sonnets

Joseph Conrad

Shakespeare's Non-Dramatic Poetry




"A newly discovered poem by Coleridge was reported to be written in the poet's blood on parchment made from a piece of his own skin. Metaphorically speaking, all Martin Seymour-Smith's work is like that. His collection Wilderness: 36 Poems 1972-1993 has a

Robert Nye, The Times 1995