Anthony Cronin’s Personal Anthology is a favourite of countless Sunday Independent readers, who have come to look forward to the remarkable range and diversity of the weekly poem, which appears along with Cronin’s readable frequently witty and often appears along with Cronin’s readable, frequently witty and often surprising commentary. Now upon popular request comes a single volume with over seventy of these poems, chosen, as Cronin says,’ on the basis of personal liking’.
An eclectic mix of traditional and modern verse, from Matthew Arnold and Emile Brontë to W.H. Auden and John Betjemen, this Personal Anthology is like a box of lyrical All-Sorts, a pleasure to pick up and dip into – though one to be savoured again and again.
|Dimensions||.215 × .139 × .18 mm|