Next Please - Philip Larkin - The Less Deceived (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Philip Larkin (from the collection: "The Less Deceived") Of course I was drugged, and so heavily I did not regain consciousness until the next morning. I was horrified to discover that I had been ruined, and for some days I was inconsolable, and cried like a child to be killed or sent back to my aunt. —Mayhew, London Labour and the London Poor.
  2. Poems by Philip Larkin. His first book of poetry, The North Ship, was published in and, though not particularly strong on its own, is notable insofar as certain passages foreshadow the .
  3. That sounds one of the themes of THE LESS DECEIVED, as in all of Larkin's mature poetry: the after-the-fact recognition that one has forgone opportunity, excitement, life even. THE LESS DECEIVED was the first (from ) of Larkin's three collections of mature poetry. Recently I also reviewed the other two, "The Whitsun Weddings" and "High /5(12).
  4. May 29,  · "Next, Please" is in Philip Larkin's collection titled The Less Deceived (that volume's title is an allusion to Ophelia's response to Hamlet—"I was the more deceiv'd.
  5. Philip Larkin's second collection, The Less Deceived was published by The Marvell Press in , and now appears for the first time in Faber covers. The eye can hardly pick them out From the cold shade they shelter in, Till wind distresses tail and mane; Then one crops grass, and moves about - The other seeming to look on - And stands anonymous again. from 'At Grass'/5(30).
  6. Philip Arthur Larkin, CH, CBE, FRSL, (9 August – 2 December ) was an English poet, novelist and jazz critic. He spent his working life as a university librarian and was offered the Poet Laureateship following the death of John Betjeman, but declined the post.
  7. The Less Deceived Lines on a Young Lady’s Photograph Album Wedding-Wind Places, Loved Ones Coming Reasons for Attendance Dry-Point Next, Please Going Wants Maiden Name Born Yesterday Whatever Happened? No Road Wires Church Going Age Myxomatosis Toads Poetry of Departures. Triple Time Spring.
  8. Nov 08,  · A look at the life and loves of Philip Larkin, one of the 20th century's greatest British poets, seen through his photographs. Throughout his life Larkin recorded the .
  9. After decades spent out of print, The Lost Noises Office present an all-too rare recording of Philip Larkin reading through his collection of poems, The Less Deceived. The album was recorded in and features such well-loved and venerable works as 'Church Going', 'No Road.

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