Cooke, Rachel. “In search of the real Philip Larkin”. The Observer.
Standard Name: Brennan, Maeve
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|Cultural formation||Philip Larkin|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Philip Larkin||
At HullPL established terms of easy friendship with the then small group of mostly female, young, and unmarried library staff. From the end of 1960 he developed a close or romantic friendship, eventually a...
|Literary responses||Philip Larkin||
Maeve Brennan was responding to one side of this mix when she later wrote that she found this collection angry, iconoclastic, loveless in tone, lacking the warmth and compassion of The Whitsun Weddings.
Brennan, Maeve. The Philip Larkin I Knew. Manchester University Press.
|Literary responses||Frances Cornford|
|Textual Features||Anne Enright|
|Textual Production||Philip Larkin|
|Textual Production||Anne Enright||
In 2016 AE supplied an introduction for a reprint of Maeve Brennan 's Springs of Affection.
She has written with penetrating wit on various socio-political issues, and with controlled passion on the mistreatment of...
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Brennan, Maeve. The Philip Larkin I Knew. Manchester University Press, 2002.