Cholmondeley Award

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The Cholmondeley Awards (CHUM-lee) are annual awards for poetry given by the Society of Authors in the United Kingdom. Awards honour distinguished poets, from a fund endowed by the Dowager Marchioness of Cholmondeley in 1966. Since 1991 the award has been made to four poets each year, to the total value of £8000.
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award received: Cholmondeley Award

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Author

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Seamus Heaney

Irish poet, playwright, translator, lecturer

Works

21

Beowulf

author: Seamus Heaney

Death of a Naturalist

book by Seamus Heaney

author: Seamus Heaney

1966

District and Circle

book by Seamus Heaney

author: Seamus Heaney

2006

Door into the Dark

book by Seamus Heaney

author: Seamus Heaney

1969

Electric Light

collection of poetry

author: Seamus Heaney

2001

Author

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Lawrence Durrell

British novelist, poet, dramatist, and travel writer

Works

10

Bitter Lemons

autobiographical work by writer Lawrence Durrell

author: Lawrence Durrell

1957

Panic Spring

novel by Lawrence Durrell

author: Lawrence Durrell

1937

Pied Piper of Lovers

novel by Lawrence Durrell

author: Lawrence Durrell

1935

The Black Book

novel by Lawrence Durrell

author: Lawrence Durrell

1938

Author

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Carol Ann Duffy

British writer and professor of contemporary poetry

Works

16

Selected Poems Carol Ann Duffy

book by Carol Ann Duffy

author: Carol Ann Duffy

The World's Wife

1999 collection of poetry

author: Carol Ann Duffy

1999

Anne Hathaway

1999 poem by Duffy

author: Carol Ann Duffy

1999

Grimm Tales

play written by Carol Ann Duffy

author: Carol Ann Duffy

Little Red Cap

book by Carol Ann Duffy

author: Carol Ann Duffy

1999

Author

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Philip Larkin

English poet, novelist, jazz critic and librarian

Author

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Dannie Abse

Welsh poet and physician

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