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  1. Cecil Day-Lewis, CBE (o Day Lewis) (27 de abril de 1904 - 22 de mayo de 1972), poeta británico (nacido en Irlanda) y, bajo el seudónimo de Nicholas Blake, autor de novelas policíacas. Descendiente, por línea materna, de Oliver Goldsmith, 1 y padre del conocido actor Daniel Day-Lewis.

  2. Cecil Day-Lewis CBE (or Day Lewis; 27 April 1904 – 22 May 1972), often written as C. Day-Lewis, was an Anglo-Irish poet and Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom from 1968 until his death in 1972. He also wrote mystery stories under the pseudonym of Nicholas Blake, most of which feature the fictional detective Nigel Strangeways .

  3. Cecil Day-Lewis has two contrasting claims on our attention. The first is as an archetypal poet of the 1930s, the first-born, last-named member of the Auden/Spender/Day-Lewis triad, and the only one of those three friends whose commitment to Marxism extended to joining and working for the Communist…

  4. 18 de may. de 2024 · C. Day-Lewis (born April 27, 1904, Ballintubbert, County Leix, Ire.—died May 22, 1972, Hadley Wood, Hertfordshire, Eng.) was one of the leading British poets of the 1930s; he then turned from poetry of left-wing political statement to an individual lyricism expressed in more traditional forms.

  5. Cecil Day-Lewis (Ballintogher, 1904 - Hadley Wood, 1972) Poeta lírico irlandés, de exquisito talento, que destacó también como crítico y novelista policíaco. Graduado en Oxford, publicó su primer libro de poemas, Beechen Vigil, en 1925.

  6. Resumen. Poeta y novelista anglo irlandés. Su primera colección de poemas, Beechen Vigil, apareció en 1925. También escribió novelas de misterio bajo el seudónimo de Nicholas Blake. Fue nombrado Poeta Laureado de Inglaterra en 1968. Voz de Cecil Day-Lewis. "Primero, no me siento en mi escritorio a poner en verso algo que ya tengo claro en la mente.

  7. B. 1904 D. 1972. The greatest lyric poet of the twentieth century. Charles Causley. Share Poet. Copy to clipboard. Biography Poems Books & Awards. Home. Explore. Poets. Biography. Cecil Day-Lewis (who wrote as C. Day Lewis) was born in Ireland in 1904, the son of a Church of Ireland minister.