Opening Eyes A Poetry Collection by Jo Phillips
  

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Opening Eyes A Poetry Collection by Jo Phillips

Opening eyes is an inspiring poetry collection that covers broad-ranging themes, spans different cultures and centuries, and includes a wide range of poetic styles, employed by both celebrated and lesser-known poets. The poems are arranged in five themed sections, including Opening eyes (exploring sight and the way we see things), and Ebb and flow (listening to the rhythms of the sea, of history and of life itself). The collection includes poems by William Blake, Eilean Ni Chuilleanain, A.E. Housman, Philip Larkin, Jean Sprackland and Benjamin Zephaniah.

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Format

Paperback
190 pages

Author

Jo Phillips
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

14th January 2010

ISBN

9780521730846


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