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Though John Mallett had already published poems in the mid-1950s, he might be described as a late developer, having survived his first eighty years without publishing a collection. As the son of a diplomat and an historian of ceramics, the musical qualities of foreign languages have acompanied his life.
John Mallett's work featured in PN Review comprises two contributions of poetry, over a period of seven years.