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Geoffrey Hill (1932 – )

Nationality: British Periods: British: 20th Century

Poet whose themes include religion, morals and music

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Criticism about Geoffrey Hill

Sobieski’s Shield: On Geoffrey Hill’s The Enemy’s Country (1991) and New & Collected Poems (1994)
This analysis discusses how Hill’s work, with its “frequently uncompromising” tone and “which initially resists understanding, appreciation, or respect, elicits all three after repeated readings.”
Contains: Criticism
Author: Peter Sanger
From: The Antigonish Review Issue 109

Biographical sites about Geoffrey Hill

Geoffrey Hill Study Centre
Links to translations of Hill’s poems into Spanish, Swedish and Galican, as well as to bibliography and announcements.
Author: Paul, S.
Geoffrey Hill
Includes exceprts from a 1981 interview with Hill and a listing of critical resources.
Contains: Interview, Bibliography
Author: Seamus Cooney
The Geoffrey Hill Server
Biography, bibliography, and video of the English poet.
Author: Minot, Ronald
From: University of Caen

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013