Beautifully Human

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The collection is English-language poets only. 1897: Louise Brogan: poetry editor and principal reviewer of verse for The New Yorker (1931-1969). But as I got older and lived with all that was happening in Ireland during my thirties and forties, Auden's punishment of the artistic with the ethical became very interesting to me. Queen Maria is also the author of a great number of writings, published in many widespread European languages. Born to a farming family in Rudstone, East Yorkshire, Holtby was a prolific journalist.

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