Anne Born

Standard Name: Born, Anne


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Friends, Associates Anne Stevenson
AS 's close friends have included many well-known late twentieth-century names in British poetry: Frances Horovitz , whom she mourned in a number of poems, a trio of drinking friends in Glasgow (Tom Leonard
Friends, Associates Anne Stevenson
In Oxford AS met a number of other poets: John Wain , Anne Ridler , Elizabeth Jennings , Anne Born , Andrew Motion , Craig Raine , Peter Levi , and Anne Pennington , who died a few years later.
Contemporary Authors, Autobiography Series. Gale Research.
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Literary responses U. A. Fanthorpe
Of this collection Anne Born wrote in Envoi: Surely no poet writing now can match her for clarity and charity; and for, in every sense, pure poetry.
Wainwright, Eddie. Taking Stock, A First Study of the Poetry of U.A. Fanthorpe. Peterloo Poets.
Textual Production Isak Dinesen
ID 's Letters from Africa, 1914-1931, translated by Anne Born , was posthumously published for the Rungstedlund Foundation .
British Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons.
Thurman, Judith. Isak Dinesen: The Life of Karen Blixen. Penguin.
Textual Production Ruth Padel
This poem was reprinted in Angel. Other poets to appear in this series, each on a different coloured sheet of paper, were Carol Ann Duffy , Judi Benson , Anne Born , Carole Coates


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Dinesen, Isak. Letters from Africa, 1914-1931. Editor Lasson, Frans, Translator Born, Anne, University of Chicago Press, 1981.