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John Heath Stubbs

United kingdom poet and translator who’s best known to get a 1972 poem entitled “Artorius.” His many poetry collections are the Swarming from the Bees, Period Parts, and Sweet-Apple Globe. He researched at Queen’s University, Oxford. He released his debut poetry collection, Wounded Thammuz, in 1942. His poetry was the main topic of a 1997 documentary film aimed by Carlos Klein. He and his parents resided in Paris and London until the 1925 delivery of his sibling, at which stage the family shifted to Hampshire. He translated the task of Giacomo Leopardi into British.

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