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Pepys Paperback ò Pepys Kindle Ð pepys free, PepysPepys PDF/EPUBPepys, a poetic biography of the great London diarist Love, lust, learning, tailoring, timber masts, sack and oysters are among the subjects sampled in the book.

  • Paperback
  • 65
  • Pepys
  • Caroline Gilfillan
  • English
  • 10 October 2018
  • 1899604405 Edition Language English URL

About the Author: Caroline Gilfillan

Paperback ò Pepys Kindle Ð pepys free, PepysPepys PDF/EPUBCaroline Gilfillan was brought up in Sussex and spent her formative years in east London writing, playing in various bands, and working in publishing and education She came to Norfolk after taking an MA in Creative WritingShe s written poetry all her life, and her early work was published in Seven Women and One Foot on the Mountain Her poem The Painter was nominated for the Forward Prize for the best individual poem in She was a winner of the North West Poetry competition in , and Drowned in Overspill, a collection of her poetry, was published by Crocus Booksin the same year Yes, her poetry pamphlet, published by The Hawthorn Press in , won the award for the best poetry book in the East Anglian Book Awards that year Pepys, her first full collection, was published in by The Hawthorn Press She won the Suffolk Poetry Society s George Crabbe prize for poetry in She s also a fiction writer and dramatist She was selected for the Escalator scheme for fiction writers in , and awarded a grant from Arts Council England in In she was a winner of Channel s The Radio Play s the Thing competition She s won several national short story competitions, and her poems and short stories have appeared in The London Magazine, Poetry News and Mslexia.



2 thoughts on “Pepys

  1. Caroline Caroline says:

    Paperback ò Pepys Kindle Ð pepys free, PepysPepys PDFEPUBI came across this collection by chance as I began reading Claire Tomalin s magisterial study of Pepys life so I read the two books side by side These are delightful poems and as Moniza Alvi comments Gilfillan s engagement with her subject is refreshingly passionate and animated Tomalin, as is right and proper for a biographer, sticks to what we actually know of Pepys life whereas Gilfillan is free to add details likethe horses shaking their bridles, snorting strings of warm phlegmF I came across this collection by chance as I began reading Claire Tomalin s magisterial study of Pepys life so I read the two books side by side These are delightful poems and as Moniza Alvi comments

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