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Fergus Allen is now 84. He was schooled in Ireland including Engineering at Trinity College, Dublin, where he wrote light verse for the College magazine. T.C.D. In the latter part of World War II economic necessity obliged him to move to England, where he has lived ever since. He ended his professional career as First Civil Service Commissioner in the British civil service. He has had poems published sporadically throughout his life, but after his formal retirement he found himself writing much more actively.
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