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Neil Powell

Neil Powell’s most recent books are Benjamin Britten: A Life for Music (Hutchinson, 2013) and Was and Is: Collected Poems (Carcanet, 2017).

Neil Powell's work featured in PN Review comprises 64 reports, 19 contributions of poetry, 29 articles, one interview, and 45 reviews, over a period of 42 years. Also available are seven reviews of Neil Powell's work.
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