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John Clare reading in Northampton

 

(Ongoing Event)

Details:

nominated by: Peter Mulligan


ON NATIONAL POETRY DAY

A reading of John Clare’s poetry
(4th event)

Guest Speakers

Thursday 4th October.
7pm in front of All Saints Church Northampton, by the Portico where John Clare sat and watched our world.

John Clare was an English poet who lived mostly in rural Northamptonshire from 1793 to 1864. He is now regarded as the most important English poet of the natural world, but he also wrote many poems, essays and letters about the environment, corruption, politics, love, social change, poverty and folk life.

A silent man in Life's affairs
A thinker from a boy
A Peasant in his daily cares
The Poet in his joy

Details from
Peter Mulligan
Project co-ordinator
Tel. 01604-715793



Contact Information

name: Peter Mulligan
phone: 01604-715793
email: pmcelt@aol.com

venue: Out side All Saints Chruch
address:
Outside All Saints church where Joh Clare sat and watched our world
Northampton
Northants
NN3 2BY
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ON NATIONAL POETRY DAY

A reading of John Clare’s poetry
(4th event)

Guest Speakers

Thursday 4th October.
7pm in front of All Saints Church Northampton, by the Portico where John Clare sat and watched our world.

John Clare was an Eng

1999

 

 
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