About: Peter Reading

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Peter Reading (27 July 1946 – 17 November 2011) was an English poet and the author of 26 collections of poetry. He is known for his deep interest for the nature and use of classical metres. The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry describes his verse as "strongly anti-romantic, disenchanted and usually satirical". Interviewed by Robert Potts, he described his work as a combination of "painstaking care" and "misanthropy".

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  • Peter Reading (* 27. Juli 1946 in Liverpool; † 17. November 2011) war ein britischer Dichter, der 1978 mit dem Cholmondeley Award und 1986 mit dem Whitbread Bood Award ausgezeichnet wurde und als einer der feinsinnigsten Dichter seiner Generation nach Ted Hughes galt, der wegen seiner düsteren, pessimistischen Gedichte „Laureate of Grot“, ein Poet von Dreck und Zorn, genannt wurde. (de)
  • Peter Reading (27 July 1946 – 17 November 2011) was an English poet and the author of 26 collections of poetry. He is known for his deep interest for the nature and use of classical metres. The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry describes his verse as "strongly anti-romantic, disenchanted and usually satirical". Interviewed by Robert Potts, he described his work as a combination of "painstaking care" and "misanthropy". (en)
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  • Peter Reading (* 27. Juli 1946 in Liverpool; † 17. November 2011) war ein britischer Dichter, der 1978 mit dem Cholmondeley Award und 1986 mit dem Whitbread Bood Award ausgezeichnet wurde und als einer der feinsinnigsten Dichter seiner Generation nach Ted Hughes galt, der wegen seiner düsteren, pessimistischen Gedichte „Laureate of Grot“, ein Poet von Dreck und Zorn, genannt wurde. (de)
  • Peter Reading (27 July 1946 – 17 November 2011) was an English poet and the author of 26 collections of poetry. He is known for his deep interest for the nature and use of classical metres. The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry describes his verse as "strongly anti-romantic, disenchanted and usually satirical". Interviewed by Robert Potts, he described his work as a combination of "painstaking care" and "misanthropy". (en)
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  • Peter Reading (de)
  • Peter Reading (en)
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