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Local Habitation: A Sequence of Poems Paperback – 18 Jun 2009


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`Dale's lyric style is intensely intimate whilst avoiding the histrionic pitfalls of the confessional mode. His formidable formal control is similarly understated, living up to his own injunction that "a poet shouldn't draw attention to his stylistic self; the poem should be a lens through which something crucial is seen."'
-- Esther Morgan introducing Peter Dale's National Poetry Archive CD

`Peter Dale is the most underrated poet of his generation' -- Michael Donaghy

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`Dale's lyric style is intensely intimate whilst avoiding the histrionic pitfalls of the confessional mode. His formidable formal control is similarly understated, living up to his own injunction that "a poet shouldn't draw attention to his stylistic self; the poem should be a lens through which something crucial is seen."'

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