Redgrove, Peter

Peter Redgrove - The Colour of Radio

£12.50

Peter Redgrove - The Colour of Radio

Paperback, 263pp, 8.5x5.5ins.

Edited by Neil Roberts. Published by Stride, distributed worldwide by Shearsman Books.

Peter Redgrove was not only a prolific poet but an indefatigable writer of prose, both imaginative and discursive, He was also an extremely responsive and articulate interviewee. His imaginative prose is fully represented in the other volumes of the 'Peter Redgrove Library' — in this collection of essays and interviews are pieces that reflect on his childhood, education and marriages; on his own poetry and the writing of others who were especially important to him; and on his passionate involvement with science and religion, and his attempt to forge a world-view that integrated the two.

Neil Roberts is Professor of English Literature at the University of Sheffield. He has written numerous books and essays on literature, including The Lover, the Dreamer and the World — The Poetry of Peter Redgrove and Narrative and Voice in Postwar Poetry, and has edited the Blackwell Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry. His latest book is Ted Hughes — A Literary Life.

 

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