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(PN Review 239) Letters And So It Goes
Letters from Young Mr Grace
(aka John Ashbery)
(PN Review 239) the Fat Black Woman
In Praise of the Fat Black Woman & Volume
(PN Review 241) on Toby Martinez de las Rivas
(PN Review 244) A Lyric Voice at Bay
(PN Review 121) On Judging Prizes, & Reading More than Six Really Good Books
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Siriol Troup comes from a Welsh family but was born in Hong Kong and spent most of her childhood and teenage years abroad, in Africa, Germany, Holland and Iran. She read Modern Languages (French and German) at St Hugh’s College, Oxford and later returned there to teach 19th and 20th century French Literature.
Siriol Troup's work featured in PN Review comprises two contributions of poetry, over a period of 10 years.