Derek Patmore  

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Derek Patmore (1908 - 1972 ) was a British writer. He was the great grandson of the poet Coventry Patmore.

Works

  • Selected Poems of Coventry Patmore, London, Chatto and Windus (1931)
  • Portrait of my family, London, Cassell (1935)
  • Colour schemes and moder furnishing, London & New York, The Studio (1947)
  • Life and Times of Coventry Patmore, Oxford University Press (1949)
  • A decorator's notebook, London, The Falcon Press (1952)
  • Dark places of the heart : a novel, London, The Falcon Press (1953)
  • Private History: An Autobiography (1960)
  • D. H. Lawrence and the dominant male London, Covent Garden Press, (1970)
  • Italian Pageant, London, Evans Bros. [1949]
  • Invitation to Roumania, London, 1939

References

  • Mitchell, Owens, "Room to Improve", The New York Times, January 26, 2006




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