Rosemary Tonks (born 1932) is an English author and poet. She disappeared from the public eye after her conversion to Fundamentalist Christianity in the 1970s, and nothing is known about her life since.
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... of Twentieth-Century British and Irish Poetry contains a biography of Tonks credited to "Tuma" Lucie-Smith, Edward (1970), British Poetry since 1945 ...
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