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John Tripp by Nigel Jenkins


John Tripp by Nigel Jenkins

A look at the life and works of John Tripp.


It must be difficult for Nigel Jenkins, who knew Tripp well in his later years, to get behind that haunting personality and achieve distance, but he has done so in a study that combines affection for the man with considered and sometimes severe critical judgement of the work . . . -Planet

About the Author

As well as being one of the most significant poets in his field, and an Editor of the Welsh Academy Encyclopaedia of Wales, Nigel Jenkins won acclaim in other genres, most notably for his history of the Welsh in India, Gwalia in Khasia, which won the Arts Council of Wales Book of the Year award. He died in January 2014.

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Publication date

1st July 1989


Nigel Jenkins

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University of Wales Press


120 pages


Literary studies: poetry & poets



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