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ISBN:
1857544013
Author:
Gillian Clarke
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Carcanet Press Ltd. (August 1, 1999)
Pages:
80 pages
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1239 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The poems in Gillian Clarke's Five Fields break new ground. Known as a poet of rural themes and of Wales.

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Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Largely known as a poet of rural themes and of Wales, in this collection Clarke engages with the city in its human and material diversity.

The poems in Gillian Clarke's Five Fields break new ground. Known as a poet of rural themes and of Wales, in this book she engages with the city in its human and material diversity

The poems in Gillian Clarke's Five Fields break new ground. Known as a poet of rural themes and of Wales, in this book she engages with the city in its human and material diversity. Having spent time as Writer in Residence at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, she came into close touch with another kind of music, and with the different spaces it occupies, the different demands it makes on performers and audiences. Summer, and the long grass is a snare drum, The air hums with jets.

Largely known as a poet of rural themes and of Wales, in this collection Clarke engages with the city in its human and material diversity.

She co-founded Tŷ Newydd, a writers' centre in North Wales

She co-founded Tŷ Newydd, a writers' centre in North Wales. Gillian Clarke was born on 8 June 1937 in Cardiff. She was brought up in Cardiff and Penarth, though for part of the Second World War she was in Pembrokeshire. She lived in Barry for a few years at a house called "Flatholme" on The Parade

The poems in Gillian Clarke's Five Fields break new ground. Having spent time as Writer in Residence at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, she came into close touch with another kind of music, and with the different spaces it occupies, the different demands it makes on performers and audiences

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recommended by Gillian Clarke. Five Books aims to keep its book recommendations and interviews up to date. In the first instalment of our Poetry Series, the National Poet of Wales tells us why many teachers are better than actors at reading poetry. When you write a poem, do you walk around the fields and write it in your head? The words are round the corner of my head when I’m walking in the fields. When I get home, I pick up a pen and a bit of paper and the thing that’s in my head starts to get born.

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Last updated: 04 January 2011. She has received three Poetry Book Society recommendations for her works: Letting In The Rumour in 1989, The King Of Britain's Daughter in 1993 and Five Fields in 1998. Gillian Clarke is one of Wales' most influential and widely read contemporary writers, and is the current National Poet of Wales. Her work is studied by GCSE students throughout Britain. Photo courtesy of Poetry Live. In 1999 she was awarded the Glyndŵr Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts in Wales. In March 2008 Clarke was announced as the third National Poet of Wales, succeeding Professor Gwyn Thomas.

The poems in Gillian Clarke's Five Fields break new ground. Known as a poet of rural themes and of Wales, in this book she engages with the city in its human and material diversity. Having spent time as Writer in Residence at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, she came into close touch with another kind of music, and with the different spaces it occupies, the different demands it makes on performers and audiences.There are poems from Bosnia, France and the Mediterranean coast, and poems from the landscape we most readily associate with this best-loved of Welsh poets: Wales, its people and its creatures.