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Poetry Landmarks of Britain

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Landmarks in Cambridge

Associated Place

Castle Mound, Cambridge

  details: The Mound has offered a unique view of Cambridge since the University's inception. A huge proportion of the great poets who attended the University, i...
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Cauis College, Cambridge

  details: Thomas Shadwell (1642-1693) was admitted to Cauis College, Cambridge in 1656. Although he didn't actually gain a degree, he later went on to become Po...
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Clare Hall, Cambridge

  details: Poet Laureate William Whitehead was probably most associated with Clare Hall, Cambridge in terms of both a landmark and an institution. He first arriv...
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Milton's Mulberry Tree

  details: Milton's Mulberry Tree was planted in the year of Milton's birth (1608) in the Fellows' Garden at Christ's College. Milton was admitted to study at Ch...
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Trinity College Ante Chapel

  details: Trinity College ante chapel is where the Poet Laureate Thomas Warton was buried. Brother of Joseph Warton, Thomas had an affiliation with Trinity for ...
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Hammer & Tongue Cambridge featuring Dizraeli and Inja

  details: Sign up as one of the eight to compete in the poetry slam for a place in the Regional Final, or just dive in and soak up the night’s atmosphere and ...
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Hammer & Tongue Cambridge featuring Henry Bowers and John Osborne

  details: Time for the first round of the Cambridge Hammer & Tongue 2011-2012 season... This is your chance to become part of the spoken word slam brilliance...
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Hammer & Tongue Cambridge featuring Raymond Antrobus plus The Strawberry Slam Champs

  details: Order your cheaper advance tickets via Eventbrite: http://htc-june13.eventbrite.co.uk/ Time for the last open round of the Cambridge Hammer & Tongu...
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Ongoing Event

CB1 Poetry

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Hammer & Tongue Cambridge

  details: This is your chance to become part of the spoken word slam brilliance that has graced this here fair city for over a year, in the warm and wonderfulsu...
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King's College Cambridge

  details: Its an outstanding description of gothic architecture and stained glass windows in an English church. It can be found in "A Few Late Chrysanthemums" ...
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Poetry Promoter

Cambridge University Faculty of English

  details: Poets, students, lecturers and writers - the University of Cambridge organises poetry events and classes throughout the year.
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Salt Publishing

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