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Tony Harrison

Tony Harrison (author page at Amazon) was born in Leeds in 1937 and read Classics at the University of Leeds. After spending four years in West Africa and a year in Prague, he returned to England to become the first Northern Arts Literary Fellow, 1967–68. His collection of poems The Loiners was awarded the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize in 1972. He has translated a number of works for the National Theatre, including The Misanthrope and the Oresteia. (1983)

AGNI has published the following work by Tony Harrison:

Aqua Mortis
The Call of Nature
Long Distance
National Trust
National Trust
On Not Being Milton
Remains
Study


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