The early years of poet P.J. Kavanagh's life made little sense to him until "something extraordinary happened" - his meeting with Sally, the "perfect stranger". This record of the uniqueness of human love provides the poet's tribute of thanks to his muse.
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P.J. KAVANAGH was born in England in 1931. Wounded in the Korean war, he later went to Oxford. He has worked as a lecturer, actor, broadcaster and columnist and has written novels, two volumes of autobiography and essays, and edited anthologies. His name is closely associated with the poetry of Ivor Gurney, a seminal edition of whose work he prepared in 1982. Carcanet publish two books of his poems and The Perfect Stranger.Review:
'To hear the truth so devastatingly and yet so joyfully encountered is rare in an age where autobiography has been flattened by the massed weight of political and public reminiscence. This autobiography, from its beginning to its bitter end, is a celebration of joy: joy in youth, in woman, in male camaraderie, in the struggle of art, in married love.' Times Literary Supplement
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Descripción Flamingo, 1985. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0006541089