- Philip,1922–85, English poet and critic.
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As Larkin would no doubt expect, the history of dubious royal parenting steps back to time immemorial.Kate and William’s Royal Family Values
September 22, 2014
By terrifying coincidence, this was the one poem that Thatcher herself thought to recall and misquote when she first met Larkin.
Larkin thought America “vast deserts of bigotry” interrupted by two coasts.
But a crisis center referred me to Larkin Street Youth Center, an organization for the newly diagnosed, like me.A Father’s Day Transgender Surprise
Maria M. Chico
June 17, 2012
Although he is most closely associated with Hull, Larkin was born in Coventry.The Best of Brit Lit
November 24, 2010
Larkin left her a little money, but I guess she's run through most of it by this time.Thankful's Inheritance
Joseph C. Lincoln
Larkin promised she should have a kind master, and—he kept his word.'
Larkin leaned forward on his horse, and looked at him shrewdly.The Heart of Thunder Mountain
Edfrid A. Bingham
Both Mr. Larkin and Mr. McKenna were diverted by this fancy.Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War</p>
Finley Peter Dunne
Aiken felt that it had misjudged Larkin, and he departed in high favor.IT and Other Stories
- Philip. 1922–85, English poet: his verse collections include The Less Deceived (1955) and The Whitsun Weddings (1964)
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