John Betjeman Collected Poems

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That same year he published his first book, Mount Zion , a collection of poems. In Betjeman began a career in broadcasting, with a radio programme about the proposed destruction of Waterloo Bridge ; he continued with regular radio work for the rest of his life, appearing in a wide range of genres, from panel and game shows, interviews, news interviews, documentaries and poetry readings.

His television appearances increased from the s, and his output was prolific. His obituarist in The Times thought him "a true original", and considered that he was "whimsical, imprudent, shrewd, humorous, disarming, always something of an enfant terrible. Betjeman was broadcast in numerous radio performances, although no full record exists. Most were on British radio, although he also made recordings for American radio. Betjeman undertook the role of editor for several magazines and journals, including the undergraduate magazines of Oxford Outlook and Cherwell ; the following consists of the books he edited.

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Retrieved 15 September British Library Catalogue. London: British Library.

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Retrieved 7 October A little book of bourgeois verse". John Betjeman]". Verses topographical and amatory". Library of Congress Catalogue. Washington: Library of Congress. BBC Online. Retrieved 24 September Shell guide.

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Compiled with many illustrations and information of every sort by J. Comprising a description of the present state of the town and University of Oxford". With 8 plates in colour and 31 illustrations, etc". Lewis, John Betjeman". With illustrations. Volume 2, to ". Edited by J. The English Counties Illustrated. Church of England verses. Selected for the young in heart by W. Hindley with the assistance of John Betjeman".

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Retrieved 22 September Retrieved 13 October The Guardian. Amis, Kingsley ; Loughlin-Chow, M. Clare Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 5 September Games, Stephen ed. Trains and Buttered Toast.

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London: John Murray. Betjeman, John Sweet Songs of Zion. And a massive array of books by and about Betjeman and his works will be on display in stores all over England to an extent inconceivable for any other 20th-century poet. His reputation among his younger poetic contemporaries remains mixed. They document the way things are in plangently memorable language, sound effects and rhythms.

Sir John Betjeman reads "Norfolk" (1954) - his poem about lost innocence.

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