Hobsbaum

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Philip Hobsbaum - Life - Work
... Though he was a poet as well, it was as a critic that Hobsbaum was best known ... The dedication of Alasdair Gray's The Book of Prefaces is "to Philip Hobsbaum poet, critic and servant of servants of art" ... (from Death of a Naturalist, 1966) to Philip Hobsbaum ...
Literature Of Northern Ireland - Poetry After World War II
... was a poets' workshop which was organized by Philip Hobsbaum when he moved to Belfast in October 1963 to lecture in English at Queen's University ... and that he was "surprised by the ferocity of Hobsbaum's attack" ... After Hobsbaum's departure for Glasgow in 1966, the Group lapsed for a while, but then was reconstituted in 1968 by Michael Allen, Arthur Terry, and Heaney ...
The Group (literature) - Lucie-Smith
... passed to Edward Lucie-Smith in 1959 when Hobsbaum left London to study in Sheffield ... Lucie-Smith and Hobsbaum edited A Group Anthology (London Oxford University Press, 1963) in the foreword the aim is described of writing 'frank autobiographical poems' and a 'poetry of direct experience' ... In the anthology's epilogue Hobsbaum writes of the importance of discussion, and the writer's need for 'community to keep him in touch with his audience.' ...
Philip Hobsbaum - Life - The Group(s)
... Hobsbaum's most direct impact on literature was as the animating force behind The Group, a sequence of writing workshops in Cambridge, London, Belfast and Glasgow, in turn ... This Group relocated to London when Hobsbaum moved there in 1955, becoming The Group, and continuing until 1965, chaired by Edward Lucie-Smith after Hobsbaum ... In Belfast (1962–1966), Hobsbaum organised a new weekly discussion group, which became known as The Belfast Group and included the emerging authors John Bond, Seamus Heaney, Michael Longley, Derek Mahon, Stewart ...
The Belfast Group
... The Belfast Group was a poets' workshop which was organized by Philip Hobsbaum when he moved to Belfast in October 1963 to lecture in English at Queen ... As with Hobsbaum's earlier discussion group in London, known as The Group, the meetings commenced with the discussion of a single poet's work. 4 Fitzwilliam Street, Philip and Hannah Hobsbaum's home near the university ...