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Allsorts
RRP*: $24.95
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9781921633232
Pages
278
Dimensions
210 x 150 x 0mm
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Description

In this new book by award winning poet Andrew Lansdown, limericks and haiku jostle with rhymed verse and free verse to bring to life crazy critters, odd bods, fantasy worlds and the natural world.

'Allsorts' is a collection of all sorts of poems that all sorts of people will find as colourful and sweet as a packet of liquorice allsorts.

The final 70 pages of 'Allsorts' include personal observations from the poet about the poems in the collection, a comprehensive glossary of poetic forms and techniques, and a set of seven indexes identifying the poems that employ these different forms and techniques. These pages will prove an invaluable resource for anyone who wants to learn more about the poet's craft, including students, teachers and aspiring poets.

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