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Standard Name: MacBeth, George
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Frances Hooker (later FH ) performed publicly and professionally for the first time when she acted in George MacBeth 's anti-nuclear satire poems The Doomsday Show.
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FH read poetry by American and English poets for Longmans 's Poetry 1900 to 1965 recording (an audio version of their Poetry, 1900-1965 anthology), selected by Ted Hughes and directed by George MacBeth .
At the BBC and Open UniversityFH established herself as one of the most accomplished readers of contemporary poetry. As Frances Hooker , she read for the BBC's Third Programme (which, with a few shifts...
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JC edited for the 1970 Camden Festival a volume of twelve specially commissioned and previously unprinted poems, entitled Twelve to Twelve: Poetry D-Day, published through the Poets' Trust . This collection (whose cover gave...
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