Elizabeth Jennings: an appraisal of her life as a poet, her approach to her work, and a selection of the major themes of her poetry
Deals with Elizabeth Jennings' life and work, and four major themes: Love, Art, Religion, and Death. The author had a personal interview and correspondence with Jennings during the course of her research. The volume includes the text of the interview.
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Major Influences on Elizabeth Jennings Poetry 1
Elizabeth Jennings Relationship to The Movement of the 1950s
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