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historyextra.com"An absolute gem": Anglo-Saxons at the British LibraryFrom the remarkable Codex Amiatinus, which would have required the skins of 500 calves to make the vellum for its pages, to masterpieces of Old English poetry such as Beowulf – the new exhibition Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms: Art, Word, War is far more than a 'once-in-a-generation' opportunity to see the treasures of the Anglo-Saxons, writes David Musgrove…
theparisreview.orgT. S. Eliot, The Art of Poetry No. 1Sketch by D. Cammell, 1959. The interview took place in New York, at the apartment of Mrs. Louis Henry Cohn, of House of Books, Ltd., who is a friend of Mr. and Mrs. Eliot. The bookcases of the attractive living room contain a remarkable collection of modern authors. On a wall near the entr...2
theparisreview.orgDonald Hall, The Art of Poetry No. 43 Donald Hall was born in New Haven and raised in Hamden, Connecticut, but spent summers, holidays, and school vacations on a farm owned by his maternal grandparents in Wilmot, New Hampshire. He took his bachelor’s degree at Harvard, then studied at Oxford for two years, earning an add...1