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B. Tran Huynh

Categories: Poetry

Countries: China/Hong Kong

B. Tran Huynh

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B. Tran Huynh

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Chinese lions

{On the plaques attached to the brickwork, the right-hand one being in Englis...

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Charles Cowden Clarke

Charles Cowden Clarke

Author and Shakespearian scholar. Born in Enfield, at the school run by his father, Reverend John Clarke. John Keats was a pupil at the school for about 7 years (1803-10). Charles taught him and e...

Person, Literature, Poetry, Italy

1 memorial
Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey

Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey

Closely related to the royal family but Henry VIII took against Henry and his father, Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk.  They were imprisoned and Henry was beheaded at Tower Hill.  His father sur...

Person, Execution, Poetry

1 memorial
Sir Henry Newbolt

Sir Henry Newbolt

Poet. Also: lawyer, novelist, playwright and magazine editor. Born Staffordshire. Famous for one poem: 'Vitai Lampada'. Written in 1897 this oh-so-British plea for war to be played in the same spir...

Person, Poetry

2 memorials
Vivian Forbes

Vivian Forbes

Painter and poet. Born London.  Served in the Royal Fusiliers in WW1. Had a close relationship with Glyn Philpot and on Philpot's death, Forbes committed suicide, the day after the funeral. The pi...

Person, Art, Poetry

1 memorial
Philip Larkin

Philip Larkin

Born Coventry. Larkin spent 30 years in the northern port city of Hull working as a university librarian. He shunned the limelight, refusing to appear on television and turning down a request to be...

Person, Poetry

2 memorials