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W. H. Davies

B. 1871 D. 1940

1 poem available

And I could see that child's one eye which seemed to laugh, and say with glee: 'what caused my death you'll never know, perhaps my mother murdered me.' - W.H. Davies - 'The Inquest'

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Alexander Pope

B. 1688 D. 1744

3 poems available

And die of nothing but a rage to live

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Roald Dahl

B. 1916 D. 1990

1 poem available

A little nonsense, now and then, is relished by the wisest men. - 'Charlie & the Chocolate Factory', Roald Dahl

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The Man on the Clapham Omnibus - Laurence Lerner
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Uxor Vivamus . . . - Dick Davis
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A Translator’s Nightmare - Dick Davis
The Mighty Dead
from The Dunciad Variorum, Book ii - Alexander Pope - Read by John Fuller
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Essex Lion - Luke Wright
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The Tower - John Whitworth
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What’s in a Name? - Gwyneth Lewis
The Mighty Dead
Epistle to Miss Blount, on her leaving the town, after the Coronation - Alexander Pope - Read by Andrew Motion
The Mighty Dead
A Song of a Young Lady to her Ancient Lover - John Wilmot Earl of Rochester - Read by Alan Brownjohn
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