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Faber and Faber Poetry Diary 2014: Blue-grey edition Hardcover – 19 Sep 2013
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The Faber Poetry Diary for 2014 is a week-to-view diary offering poetry lovers a different poem or illustration to enjoy for each week of the year.
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20 October 2013
What's not to love about this diary? It's beautiful and beautifully produced. A quick peek through the selection of poems revealed it to be as eclectic and inspiring as in previous years. Obviously, half the fun is discovering the texts and images - gorgeous classic book covers and illustrations - as you go along. But I can't wait to open my diary on a rainy Monday in early March and read Woodsworth's "I wandered lonely as a cloud". As far as starting the week goes, that's got to beat getting a ping from my phone reminding me that I have a dentist appointment!
24 February 2014
The layout is stunning, with the left page holding a poem or (once a month) an illustration, and the right divided into six rows, the weekend sharing the last. The poems are varied and ever-enthralling, it's actually made me excited about using a diary!
Most recent customer reviews
I bought this as a present and the person I bought it for really loved it.
Red edition was a lovely Christmas present from my niece; something to enjoy all year round.
I have always loved poetry so it is the greatest treat to be greeted by verses old and new, familiar or not every Monday morning.