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Judith Chernaik

Judith Chernaik, founder of  London's popular Poems on the Underground, is the author of The Lyrics of Shelley and four novels.  She has written programmes about music and poetry for BBC Radio, and her research into Schumann has appeared in Musical Opinion and Musical Times.

Judith Chernaik's work featured in PN Review comprises three reports and three reviews, over a period of 20 years.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Report in PN Review 95 (1994) Underground Poems
Subscribers only Report in PN Review 155 (2004) i.m. Milton Kessler 1930-2000
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 202 (2011) on Adam Zagajewski
Subscribers only Report in PN Review 205 (2012) Going Underground
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 208 (2012) on David Gentleman
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 212 (2013) on London: A History in Verse
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