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In 2011, Cohen was awarded the Prince of Asturias Award for literature. His poetry collection The Flame, which he had been working on at the time of his death, appeared posthumously in 2018.
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On his last album, a month before he died, Leonard seemed as ready as anyone could be. He littered his songs with a dry acceptance of the inevitable, “clos[e]ing the bar,” “leaving the table,” being “out of the game.” I imagine very few of us get the chance to publicly declare our own demise or, as Leonard did so often in his music, argue with himself about what, if anything, comes next. I’m writing this essay half a world away from my home. My writing has given me opportunities to chase dreams and futures I never saw as catchable all those years ago—listening to Leonard, writing atrocious poetry.
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There are echoes of the days of Cider With Rose, and even All Creatures Great And Small,. though Tony is far too humble to place himself in proximity with Laurie Lee And James Herriott. Nevertheless, he has a wonderful turn of phrase such as
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'Looming disaster': theatre leaders call for urgent action to stem local funding cuts
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Solo quiero añadir que desde mi punto de vista la poesía nace desde la realidad, de la vida misma, a ras de suelo. Porque la vida misma, es toda poesía. Como diría el poeta y cantor Horacio Guarany: “si se calla el cantor (el o la poeta), calla la vida, porque la vida misma es toda un canto….”
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We therefore launch today an occasional series called A PLACE FOR POETRY presented by The Poet In The Rain introducing you to some of the 21st Century's most exciting UK poets. The Poet In The Rain will deliver poetry news, preview forthcoming events, interview movers and shakers and music-makers and review the spoken and written word.
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Daddy is very different from The Girls, its style more crisp than the earlier novel’s dreaminess. But it does share with its predecessor a feeling of dread: in every story, there is a heavy sense of a shoe about to drop
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Some people really like the transporting nature of experimental prose or spare autofiction, but when I want to fully peace out of reality, I like being dropped into another life entirely, one that feels as rich and detailed as possible. The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides was a comforting reread lately, because the scenes have the quality of life. Anywhere But Here by Mona Simpson is comforting for the same reason, a fictional world that is so tightly woven that it blots out the actual world.
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His reading tours of the United States, which did much to popularize the poetry reading as a new medium for the art, are famous and notorious.
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In 1988, George Martin produced an album version, featuring more of the dialogue sung, with music by Martin and Elton John, among others; Anthony Hopkins played the part of "First Voice".