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Author: Peter Scupham
ISBN: 019282337X
Pages: 64 pages
Publisher: Oxford University Press (August 18, 1994)
Language: English
Category: Poetry
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by Peter Scupham



Peter Scupham (born 24 February 1933) is a British poet. Scupham was born in Liverpool. He was educated at the Perse, Cambridge and St. George's, Harpenden.

Peter Scupham (born 24 February 1933) is a British poet. After National Service with the RAOC he studied at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He taught at Skegness Grammar School, and then became Head of English at St. Christopher School, Letchworth.

This selection, made by Peter Scupham himself, brings together work from his eight individual collections, r{from hs first book The Snowing Globe in 1972 to his latest, Watching the Perseids in 1990. This book is intended for poetry readers.

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The figure in Peter Scupham's carpet is certainly English, and of a particular generation, which is to say that, born in 1933, he is of an age with Ted Hughes, Geoffrey Hill and Peter Redgrove. Together they represent related yet distinct aspects of Englishness. Hill is the closest in texture to Scupham, the earlier Hill of Tenebrae and the Christian architecture poems. Lines such as Hill's "tremulous boudoirs where the crystal kissed, in cabinets of amethyst and frost" are answered by Scupham with "The moths are sealed: they quicken to a tumult.

Peter Scupham (born 24 February 1933) is an English poet. He was educated at the Perse, Cambridge, and St. After National Service with the . he studied at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. His first marriage was to Carola Nance Braunholtz, the daughter of Hermann Braunholtz, .

The Ark is Peter Scupham's latest collection of poems, following his Selected Poems and Watching the Perseids, both published by OUP in 1990. 019282337X (ISBN13: 9780192823373).

In a complex, often dark, collection, Peter Scupham steers his 'ark' to 'its safe and certain loss', with a freight of dreams, memories, terrors, gifts.

The Ark (Oxford Poets). Published June 23, 1994 by Oxford Poets. There's no description for this book yet.

A poet is a person who creates poetry Scupham was born in Liverpool. Currently he runs a catalogue book business with Margaret Steward, specialising in English Literature.

A poet is a person who creates poetry. Poets may describe themselves as such or be described as such by others. Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough in North West England, with an estimated population of 491,500.

The poems in The Ark explore questions that hover on the borderlines of what 'is' and what 'seems to be', of life and death, of truth and lies. In a complex, often dark, collection, Peter Scupham steers his 'ark' to 'its safe and certain loss', with a freight of dreams, memories, terrors, gifts.Four very different sequences hold the collection together: an experimental and mysterious sequence 'Accident'; 'Annunciations'; 'Nacht und Nebel' (Night and Fog); and 'A Habitat' - a group about the finding and retrieval of an old house from its ghostly past.