Children in Exile Poems Fenton s work is elegant highly finished reticent witty Disturbing and deeply affecting Children in Exile remains an exhilarating and memorable performance

  • Title: Children in Exile: Poems 1968-1984
  • Author: James Fenton
  • ISBN: 9780374524067
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fenton s work is elegant, highly finished, reticent, witty Disturbing and deeply affecting, Children in Exile remains an exhilarating and memorable performance.

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    1. 'The eye by which I see GodIs the same eye by which God sees me.'- James Fenton, "Tauler" from Children in ExileOne real danger, both past and futurethat comes with reading a selection of poemscovering 16 years of poetry production isyou begin by feeling awkward, reading heavyverse about Pol Pot & refugees & faminewhile casually eating a dozen Circus Animal Cookies® (after swallowing a Vicodin®) in a quickly cooling tub, so you carefully insert a bookmark on page 55 (alert to the sym-m [...]

    2. I couldn't connect with most of his poetry, in particular the experimental type stuff. But I do have a few fond favorites, including: "A Vacant Possession", "The Skip", "Letter to John Fuller" and "God, A Poem"

    3. An all-time favourite. Evocative poems about everything from Pol Pot to a dusty ethnographic museum in Oxford.

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