Although he is most closely associated with Hull, Larkin was born in Coventry.
On the phone from her home in Coventry, England, Davis laughs.
Researchers from the University of Warwick in Coventry, England, followed nearly 6,500 children from before birth until age 13.
It would seem," says O'Brien, "that in coming to Hull Larkin had in a sense sent himself to Coventry.
It makes me feel at times like a public moralist, or Peeping Tom of Coventry, or some such creature.
The reader may like to hear a few of the “Notes from Coventry.”
After examination, the bishop of Litchfield declared them to be heretics, and they were all condemned and burnt alive at Coventry.
Do you mean to say you intend to live at Coventry all your life?
Spalding wiped off five years, North Paddington two, and Coventry the rest.
Then came “Notes from Coventry, continued,” which were very brief.