Durham University's Department of English Studies is hosting two public lectures on the 16th, one of which concerns Causley's poetry in relation to wartime trauma. If you're interested see the details in the poster below.
The Cornish poet Charles Causley was born in Launceston on August 24th, 1917. The Seasons in North Cornwall O Spring has set off her green fusesDown by the Tamar today,And careless, like tide-marks, the hedgesAre bursting with almond and may. Here lie I waiting for old summer,A red face and straw-coloured hair has he:I shall … Continue reading Charles Causley