Roger McGough is one of Britain's best loved poets and this collection 'charts [his] passage from youthful exuberance to the wry reflection of his later years.
What remains the same throughout the 40 years is the poet's winning wit, accessibility and abiding readability' Independent ---------------------------------- 'Time has confirmed ...that McGough's talent was much more substantial than many of his long-forgotten detractors suspected.
If he was a pop poet it was not in any ephemeral sense.
A shy extrovert ...he has given voice to poetry and found a voice of his own which is humourful, introspective, irreverent, easy on the ear, conversational.
It is also memorable and enduring and fresh. Age has not withered [his lines] nor diminished their potency.
Of how much modern poetry can you say that?' Sunday Herald
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 432 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 25/11/2004
- Category: Poetry anthologies (various poets)
- ISBN: 9780141014555
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Review by Daniel_Nanavati
This man is an entertainer, not a poet.