Poetry after the Beatles review


2015-07-06 15:36:26

Poetry after the Beatles - Featuring work from Simon Armitage, Carol Ann Duffy and Philip Larkin, the collection is interesting besides its novelty value, as the poems are chosen with a discriminating deftness. A particular highlight was Katherine Stans­field’s ‘Relic’, a witty response to the sale of one of John Lennon’s teeth at auction for thousands of pounds with compelling things to say about the way we use the past.
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