Charles Causley Poems
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- Beltane - The Lover's Holiday
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- Where is Paradise?
- BASED ON CHARLES CAUSLEY'S POETRY. AND THE TOWN OF LAUNCESTON IN CORNWALL. Where is Paradise?
- Let me understand the poetry: embedding interactive storytelling
- on still and video panoramas.
- CHARLES CAUSLEY FESTIVAL 30th May - 5th June 2011
- Event. Location. Monday 30th.
- TEMM38 up to p31
- Poems that tell stories. Lord Lovelace came home from the wars, wounded. He was in a terrible state.
- Merrymaid of Zennor - The Charles Causley Trust
- Charles Causley wrote 'As I went down Zig Zag' about the very steep footpath in Launceston that used to link the town and the railway station.
Suggested News Resources
- Jenny will teach young writers to unleash their dreams
- Pupils at schools in and around Launceston are working on creative projects inspired by Charles Causley's poems, romantic tales of pirates and the town's history.
Suggested Web Resources
- Charles Causley - Poetry Archive
- Charles Causley Reading from his poems, The Poetry Archive, 2005. Buy.
- Charles Causley - Children's Poetry Archive
- Charles Causley's page on the Children's Poetry Archive.
- Charles Causley - Essays by Dana Gioia
- Review by Dana Gioia. For half a century Charles Causley has stood apart from the mainstream of contemporary poetry.
- "Miller's End" by Charles Causley (poetry reading) - YouTube
- Oct 4, 2010 When we moved to Miller's End, / Every afternoon at four / A thin shadow of a shade / Quavered through the garden-door.
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