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|Other titles||Causley at seventy.|
|Statement||edited by Harry Chambers.|
|Contributions||Chambers, Harry., Causley, Charles, 1917-|
|LC Classifications||PR6005.A837 Z5 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||89112456|
I bought an earlier Collected Poems in the mid 70's and discarded it because I felt it just did not have enough major work in why have I bought this later edition of the Collected and intend to keep it? Causley's popularity was and is based largely on the large body of neo-folk, neo-ballad poetry, which appears to be the product of his Cited by: 2. Causley at 70 This book has been repaired by a previous owner and contains very slight fraying of plastic as well as half a sticker on the front board. The book is in excellent condition and contains poems and prose tributes. Buy Causley at 70, Oxfam, Edited by Harry Chambers, , , Books, Poetry Drama Criticism. Buy Causley at 70 First Edition by Chambers, Harry (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2).
Causley was very highly regarded by his fellow poets, and on his 70th birthday, many of them, including Ted Hughes, Elizabeth Jennings, Philip Larkin, Roger McGough and Seamus Heaney contributed to a collection of poetry and prose tributes published in his honour. Causley’s poems have appeared in hundreds of anthologies, and it neither practical nor sensible to list all of these. The following list is therefore limited to books where the number of other poets is small or the number of Causley poems included is significant. Charles Stanley Causley, CBE, FRSL (24 August – 4 November ) was a Cornish poet, schoolmaster and writer. His work is noted for its simplicity and directness and for its associations with folklore, especially when linked to his native Cornwall. 5 Charles Causley Trust International Poetry Competition. For children. 9 Further : 24 August , Launceston, Cornwall, England. The front cover of the book does contain a large crease from the edge of the middle of the book onto the lower right section of the cover. This crease is merely cosmetic to the front cover of the book and does not affect the use of the book or the readability of the text in any way. A few pages within the book contain corner page by:
This book is still available at the Book Keeper. I will be publishing a new group of stories, available on Octo In this new book, titled “Poppa Caz Remembers,” I present more stories of Sarnia-Lambton, as seen through the eyes of a fictional member of the above-mentioned Causley family, a man I have named Pierre Causley. Collected Poems [Charles Causley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Charles Causley is without question one of Britain's foremost living poets. He has been writing poetry for a quarter century that because it is perfectly crafted and easily comprehensible has moved and entertained a large and admiring audience/5(4). Causley at 70 (Peterloo Poets, – ed. Harry Chambers): a collection of 25 poetry and prose tributes from other writers, plus 9 items of archival material, unpublished autobiographical fragments, etc., by Causley, and a bibliography; ISBN Causley's personal library was also deposited in Nov ; many of the books contain letters, photographs etc which have yet to be integrated into the main archival sequence. See also: Harry Chambers, 'Causley at 70' (Calstock, ).