Person    | Male  Born 28/2/1909  Died 16/7/1995

Sir Stephen Spender

Categories: Poetry

Poet. Born 47 Campden House Court, Kensington. The Evening Standard carries a very critical review of a 2012 edition of Spender's journals.

Died at home at 15 Loudoun Road, St John's Wood , or in Westminster, depending on source.

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Sir Stephen Spender

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