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Selected and New Poems

Warren Hope

 

 

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Warren Hope’s poems are firmly grounded in reality. They are brief, clear, characterized by wit, but often distinguished by tenderness. A lyricist of the everyday, Hope recognizes and captures in words the small transformative moments of living.

The poems in this volume are those of a poetic craftsman, one fully at ease with his chosen discipline.

 

About the author:

Warren Hope was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, graduated from the Central High School there, and served in the United States Air Force, including a year in Viet Nam as a helicopter medic. He pursued a career in publishing and public relations following graduation from Temple University. His poems began to appear from time to time in periodicals on both sides of the Atlantic. Many of these were gathered in several pamphlets published by Robert L. Barth. Hope is also the biographer of Norman Cameron, the British poet and translator, the author of critical studies of Larkin, Orwell, and others, and the editor of an anthology of poems by nine American poets of the nineteenth century entitled A Movement of Minds. For the past twenty years he has taught as an adjunct instructor in English at various Community Colleges and Universities in or near Philadelphia

 

108  pages

ISBN: 978-1-910996-47-8

Greenwich Exchange Category: Poetry

Series: None

 

 

Other books by Warren Hope published by Greenwich Exchange:

First Light & Other Poems

Seamus Heaney

Philip Larkin

Robert Frost

George Orwell

A Movement of Minds

Norman Cameron

Adam's Thoughts in Winter