Christopher Logue

Christopher Logue, CBE (23 November 1926 – 2 December 2011) was an English poet associated with the British Poetry Revival and a pacifist.

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Christopher Logue - In Popular Culture
... There is a reference to Logue in Monday Begins on Saturday, a 1964 science fiction / science fantasy novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky ... in the novel, quotes a fragment of a Logue's poem You ask me What is the greatest happiness on earth? Two things changing my mind as I change a penny for a shilling and listening ...
Lindsay Anderson - Theatre Productions
... to the Park (Alun Owen, 1959) The Trial of Cob and Leach/Jazzetry (Christopher Logue, 1959) Serjeant Musgrave's Dance (John Arden, 1959) The Lily White Boys (Harry Cookson and ...

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