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She noticed her father had written her date of birth on the tissue paper on the back of a book. It is understood that Dharker was chosen by the government to succeed Duffy (pictured) when her ten-year term ends on April 30 'Looking at it.
With the success of The Princess and In Memoriam he became the most popular poet of the Victorian period. Prince Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria, greatly admired his work, and Tennyson later dedicated The Idylls Of The King to Albert's memory.
'And also how something as fragile as tissue, tissue paper, human skin, can be more precious than all the things we build to try and make ourselves feel safe and secure, the temples and churches and mosques, and the monuments.'.
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His parents separated when he was a teenager and he grew up fearful of mental illness and worried about money. He was extremely short-sighted and needed a monocle to be able to see to eat.
Ted Hughes - from 1984 until his death in 1998 Ted Hughes was regarded as one of the best poets of his generation Ted Hughes, born in August 1930 in the village of Mytholmroyd in the West Riding of Yorkshire, was regarded as one of.
Sunday Times reported. Dharker, who was born in Lahore, Pakistan, and grew up in Glasgow, appeared on Desert Island Discs in 2015 where she told Kirsty Young: 'I am a Pakistani-Scottish Calvinist Muslim, adopted by India and married into Wales Don't try to put me in.
Dharker was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2011. Waiting for Crossrail Victoria and Elizabeth, Ada and Phyllis swoop in from the ends of the city to marvel at the newly unearthed find.
It was later used as the basis for animated 1999 film The Iron Giant. Hughes was married to American poet and author Sylvia Plath from 1956 until her death from suicide in 1963).
Extract from Waiting for Crossrail by Imtiaz Dharker. There have been recent calls from poets for the new laureate reflect multicultural Britain. Poet Daljit Nagra, the son of Indian immigrants who uses a colourful mix of Punjabi and English - or Punglish - was reported.