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by John Ash
Author: John Ash
Publisher: Carcanet Pr (July 1, 1991)
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John Ash (29 June 1948 – 3 December 2019) was an expatriate British poet and writer.
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One of the pleasures of being alive is reading John Ash. Think of a prize-winning poet, someone you think of as a e: that's how good John Ash is and how well-known he should b. I first came across his work in the great Cliff Yates‘s great book of teaching poetry, Jumpstart, which contains a marvellous poem of faux-instructions of Ash: ‘Some Words of Advice: After Hesiod’.
Poems deal with such images as pastoral bliss, urban squalor, sexuality, and AIDS. Release Date: September 1991. Publisher: Random House Publishing Group. Weight: . 5 lbs. Dimensions: . " x . ".
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John Ash’s poetry in The Burnt Pages is, among other things, a fascinating instance of what Professor Bloom has called the anxiety of influence. As an English poet living and working and drawing much of his imaginative sustenance from the United States, and from New York City in particular, John Ash represents an instance of influence that may be superficially considered unique. Historically speaking, the tide of influence has been considered to flow from east to west.
The Burnt Pages, by John Ash. By Bruce F. Murphy.
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John Ash remains a savage wit, an elegist, a poet of celebration, and one who refuses to let his work be assimilated into orthodoxy or predictability. Born in Manchester in 1948, John Ash read English at the University of Birmingham. He taught for a year in Cyprus
John Ash remains a savage wit, an elegist, a poet of celebration, and one who refuses to let his work be assimilated into orthodoxy or predictability. He taught for a year in Cyprus. His Carcanet books include The Goodbyes (Poetry Book Society Choice, 1982), The Branching Stairs (1984), Disbelief (PBS Choice 1987) and The Burnt Pages (1991). His latest collection Anatolikon and To the City was published by Carcanet in 2002. Country of Publication.