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by Geoffrey Grigson
Author: Geoffrey Grigson
Publisher: Macmillan; 1st ed edition (September 1971)
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Grigson was awarded the Duff Cooper Prize for his 1971 volume of poetry Discoveries of Bones and Stones .
Grigson was awarded the Duff Cooper Prize for his 1971 volume of poetry Discoveries of Bones and Stones. A collection of tributes entitled Grigson at Eighty, compiled by R. M. Healey (Cambridge: Rampant Lions Press), was published in 1985, the year of his death. Discoveries of Bones and Stones (Macmillan Poets; Macmillan, 1971). Sad Grave of an Imperial Mongoose (Macmillan, 1973), poems.
Bibliographic Details. Title: Discoveries of Bones and Stones and Other. We guarantee the condition of every book as it's described on the Abebooks web sites. Publisher: Macmillan, New York. Publication Date: 1971.
In his poetry, Grigson frequently engages themes of history, the natural world, and mortality. He published 13 collections of poetry, including Several Observations (1939), Under the Cliff (1943), The Isles of Scilly (1946), Discoveries of Bones and Stones (1971), History of Him (1980), and the posthumously published Persephone’s Flowers (1986). He occasionally published under the pen name Martin Boldero.
Geoffrey Grigson’s most popular book is The Scilly Isles. Discoveries Of Bones And Stones, And Other Poems by. Geoffrey Grigson.
Discoveries of Bones and Stones (Macmillan Poets; Macmillan, 1971).
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Geoffrey Grigson's biography and life story. Geoffrey Edward Harvey Grigson was a British writer. He was born in Pelynt, a village near Looe in Cornwall.
Geoffrey Grigson's first wife was Frances Franklin Galt (who died in 1937 of tuberculosis). Grigson was awarded the Duff Cooper Prize for his 1971 volume of poetry Discoveries of Bones and Stones. With her, he founded the poetry magazine New Verse. They had one daughter, Caroline (who was married to Colin Banks). In 2005, to mark the centenary of Grigson's birth a conference was held at.
In an introductory note to Discoveries of Bones and Stones Geoffrey Grigson states: Objects are mean, or nothing; yet can all the same, if they are discovered by the right objectifier, elicit and exert benediction.