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Douglas Brooks-Davies was born in Wimbledon in 1942, and educated at Merchant Taylors' School, Crosby and Brasenose College, Oxford. His hobbies include gardening, singing, and playing the oboe.
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Series: Everyman Poetry. Paperback: 128 pages
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Four Metaphysical Poets: Everyman Poetry,Douglas Brooks-Davies. Books will be free of page markings. Author: Douglas Brooks-Davies ISBN 10: 0460878573.
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Douglas had shown a talent for poetry since childhood – as well as a passion for all things military. While serving in the north African campaign Douglas was wounded by a mine. At Oxford, where he was taught for a time by Edmund Blunden, he already knew his task as a poet: it was to fuse the "cynic and lyric" aspects of his nature to form "a balanced style". This week's poem, Desert Flowers, was probably written while he was recovering in El Ballah General Hospital, Palestine, early in 1943. It's more introspective than Vergissmeinnicht or How to Kill – the famous, ground-breaking poems he wrote a little later. Yet it's hardly atypical.