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    Literary Analysis
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    his best poems.
    Larkin
    poems.Larkin claimed there
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    commitment of marriage.
    The
    marriage.The Whitsun Weddings
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    of them end.
    In
    end.In the opening
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    description to reflection.
    On
    reflection.On other hand,
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    in different ways.
    In
    ways.In conclusion, the
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    view it.
    Critical Analysis
    The disintegration of marriages
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    As if out on the end of an event”
    Different portraits on rural and urban societies
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    and pomaded, girls
    In
    girlsIn parodies of
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    heels and veils,”
    “The
    veils,”“The nylon gloves and jewellery-substitutes,”
    “And
    jewellery-substitutes,”“And banquet-halls up
    Weddings seem like they are at the end, in their early hours
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    annexes, the wedding-days
    Were
    wedding-daysWere coming to
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    down the line
    Fresh
    lineFresh couples climbed
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    rest stood round;
    The
    round;The last confetti
    A critic to children’s abandon
    “Just what it saw departing: children frowned
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    had never known”
    Judging other people’s life
    known
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Friday, November 9

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    Judging other people’s life
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Tuesday, May 22

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    At something dull; fathers had never known”
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Tuesday, December 14

  1. page 1.Larkin´s Biography edited {1larkin.jpg} Biography BIBLIOGRAPHY Philip Larkin was born in Coventry in 1922. His father,…
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    BiographyBIBLIOGRAPHY
    Philip Larkin was born in Coventry in 1922. His father, Sydney, was the city treasurer, who admired Hitler. Years later Larkin described his childhood home as "dull, pot-bound and slightly mad.
    Phillip Larkin is an English poet, novelist, and critic, a leading figure of 'The Movement,' term coined to describe a group of British poets that coalesced during the 1950s.'The Movement' poets addressed everyday British life in plain, straightforward language and often in traditional forms.
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  2. page 1.Larkin´s Biography edited ... Larkin was educated at King Henry VIII School where he wrote for the school magazine. Kingsle…
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    Larkin was educated at King Henry VIII School where he wrote for the school magazine.
    Kingsley Amis.
    · (1943) Three of his poets were published in Oxford Poetry.
    · THE LESS DECEIVED (1955), THE WHITSUN WEDDINGS (1964), and HIGH WINDOWS (1974).
    Larkin's mother died in 1977, and after her death he wrote only 11 poems, although he produced a book of essays in 1983.
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  3. page 1.Larkin´s Biography edited {1larkin.jpg} Biography Philip Larkin was born in Coventry in 1922. His father, Sydney, was th…
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    Biography
    Philip Larkin was born in Coventry in 1922. His father, Sydney, was the city treasurer, who admired Hitler. Years later Larkin described his childhood home as "dull, pot-bound and slightly mad.
    Phillip Larkin is an English poet, novelist, and critic, a leading figure of 'The Movement,' term coined to describe a group of British poets that coalesced during the 1950s.'The Movement' poets addressed everyday British life in plain, straightforward language and often in traditional forms.
    Larkin's best known books were THE LESS DECEIVED (1955), THE WHITSUN WEDDINGS (1964), and HIGH WINDOWS (1974).
    ...
    Larkin managed to maintain three long relationships:
    1. Monica Jones, a professor of English, whom he met when he was 24. In 1974 he bought a house in Hull, which he shared with her.
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    Hull library.
    3. The third woman was Betty Mackereth, his secretary at Hull University.
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    he said.
    Larkin underwent surgery for cancer of the oesophagus, and died within a year on December 2, 1985.
    1993 Andrew Motion
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  4. page 7.References edited ... NIMH (2001) Literary heritage, Retrieved 2010 from http://www3.shropshire-cc.gov.uk/larkin.htm…
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    NIMH (2001) Literary heritage, Retrieved 2010 from http://www3.shropshire-cc.gov.uk/larkin.htm
    Penny Hull (1991) Prentice Hall Literature the English Tradition, New Jersey, Editorial Prentice Hall
    Book and Writers (2010) Phillip Arthur Larkin (1922-1985), Retrieved from http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/larkin.htmhttp://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/larkin.htm
    http://www.poetryarchive.org/poetryarchive/singlePoem.do?poemId=7108
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    Larkin's mother died in 1977, and after her death he wrote only 11 poems, although he produced a book of essays in 1983.
    1961-1971 jazz musicians. (II WW).
    Details of his life as human being.
    Larkin managed to maintain three long relationships:
    1. Monica Jones, a professor of English, whom he met when he was 24. In 1974 he bought a house in Hull, which he shared with her.
    2. In 1961, Larkin began a relationship with Maeve Brennan, a colleague at Hull library.
    3. The third woman was Betty Mackereth, his secretary at Hull University.
    Although he had a number of affairs, Larkin feared marriage and family, and never married. "Two can live as stupidly as one," he said.
    Larkin underwent surgery for cancer of the oesophagus, and died within a year on December 2, 1985.
    1993 Andrew Motion
    The poet's casual racism and other politically incorrect attitudes.

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