Intermittent Journalsby Dannie Abse
Collects the ruminations of one of Britain's favorite literary authors, "An off-beat delight...More, please, Dannie" said The Sunday Times on publication of Abse's Journals from the Ant-Heap in 1986. Intermittent Journals answers that call, bringing that book back into print, and adding Notes Mainly from the Clinic (1981 ), unpublished new jottings (1987-1992), and a specially commissioned journal for 1993, Abse's 70th birthday year. A classic of its kind, Intermittent Journals is a stimulating, sometimes argumentative set of contemplations on the foibles of the human race, provoking both laughter and serious thought. Dannie Abse, award-winning author of many poetry collections, two novels, several anthologies and a collection of plays, is a past president of the Poetry Society. He has been Writer-In-Residence at Princeton, and two new collections of his poetry were published in 1994.
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