Chatterton Lectures on Poetry
The Vision of Keith Douglas
Keith Douglas (1920-1944), poet, artist, prose writer and veteran of El Alamein, was the subject of the 2001 Chatterton Lecture, delivered at the British Academy on 26 April 2001 by Dr Tim Kendall. In this edited extract, Dr Kendall considers the centrality of the ‘visual’ in Douglas’s poetry.
‘I should want nothing more’: Edward Thomas and simplicity
Full text of article by Guy Cuthbertson posted to the Journal of the British Academy, volume 7, pp. 89-121.