Tag Archives: The Courtly Poetry Tradition

THE QUEEN’S SQUARES

I found a poetopographical monument I’d not seen before as I passed through Queen Square Gardens yesterday. This one made me wince, and think. Queen Square is the famous former address of Faber and Faber, formerly poetry-edited by T.S. Eliot … Continue reading

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