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  • Francis, Matthew (2012-03)
    W. S. Graham was more aware than most poets of the problematic nature of text. In editing his New Collected Poems for Faber and Faber, I was forced to confront in practical form some of the difficulties he explores in his ...
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    Francis, Matthew (Faber and Faber, 2013-05-02)
    A collection of poems including narratives based on historical and literary material as well as personal lyrics.
  • Francis, Matthew (Faber and Faber, 2004)
    From his first publication in the early 1940s, to his final works of the late 1970s, W.S. Graham has given us a poetry of intese power and inquisitive vision - a body of work regarded by many as among the best Romantic ...
  • Francis, Matthew (2007)
  • Francis, Matthew (2010-08-06)
    The theme of the reliability or unreliability of narrative is important in both early modern and postmodern texts. The Welsh prophet and Royalist propagandist Arise Evans (1607 -?) is a prototypical unreliable narrator: ...
  • Francis, Matthew (King's College London Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies, 2012)
    An account of the composition of my collection of poems Mandeville, drawing on the fourteenth-century text The Travels of Sir John Mandeville.
  • Francis, Matthew (Cinnamon Press, 2012-02-15)
    This work features twelve stories, set at home and abroad, mixing realism with hints of the supernatural and comedy with some dark themes. In the title story, a student searches for an ancient song that kills everyone who ...
  • Francis, Matthew (Salt Publishing, 2004-08-01)
    William Sydney Graham (1918–1986) is increasingly acknowledged as one of the most important British poets of the twentieth century. In playful but profound exercises in self-reflexivity, such as ‘Implements in their Places’ ...
  • Francis, Matthew (Rufus Books, 2005)
    Each poem in this book conforms to the same strict template: a 45-syllable sestet in which the lines, declining in length from 13 syllables to four.

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