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John Pilling

John Pilling has written for PN Review for more than twenty-five years. He is best known for his work on Beckett, and for 50 Modern European Poets (Heinemann, 1984).

John Pilling's work featured in PN Review comprises two reports, 28 articles, and 109 reviews, over a period of 31 years. Also available are three reviews of John Pilling's work and one interview with John Pilling.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Reviewed by Bernard Bergonzi in PN Review 24 (1982) on John Pilling's 'Studies in Self-Scrutiny'
Subscribers only Reviewed by Peter Levi in PN Review 30 (1983) on 'Fifty Modern European Poets' by John Pilling
Subscribers only Reviewed by Richard Swigg in PN Review 34 (1983) on Charles Tomlinson's Poetry & Metamorphosis
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