[PDF/EBOOK] All Points North ☆ Simon Armitage – sableyes.co.uk



10 thoughts on “All Points North

  1. says:

    I was hoping for a lot in this book I thinkArmitage is a very good poet However this memoir cum guide cum collection of stories did not convey that same talent At first I was very drawn to the way in which Armitage portrays the loca

  2. says:

    I enjoyed this collection of pieces by poet Simon Armitage but found it a mixed bag I enjoyed the autobiographical parts best but there are thi

  3. says:

    An exercise in missing an easy target one hit repeatedly by Maconie among others over and over again due to poor execution And you felt the second person conceit that's how it came across was bloody annoying

  4. says:

    I live just down the valley from the places that Simon talks about so I have to confess an additional interest in this book However it's still a good read although I suspect his readers drop off the further south you travel I partic

  5. says:

    Disappointed in this I love Simon Armitage's poetry This is a bit of a mish mash of recollections anecdotes life story Some very amusing bits But other large sections which appear to be drafts or extracts of mini plays which did nothing for me and I ended up skipping parts Worth a read if you're already an Armitage fan

  6. says:

    Didn't connect with Simon I think he's the kind of guy you have to see live rather than readit must be all in the delivery H

  7. says:

    Typically amusing volume of short prose pieces and some poetry with the common theme of theme of The North and especially Yorkshire

  8. says:

    Maybe it's just because I live in the north and only a few miles from Simon Armitage that I like this so much It's full of gritty pe

  9. says:

    Understatedly enjoyable this meandering collection of anecdotes poems illustrative news pieces and fictional asides aims to uietly say something about The North so Yorkshire Compared to others on the same subject ie Stuart Maconie this is delivered in an unpretentious ‘take it or leave it’ manner a little less like the author is ‘talking about this project’ and is mindful of this I’ve read a Simon Armitage book about wal

  10. says:

    Enjoyed Simon's a fine poet and is sure to make a super poet laureate

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X problems to probation to American tours football to family to running away to Iceland Simon Armitage explores growing up and. Disappointed in this I love Simon Armitage s poetry This is a bit of a mish mash of recollections anecdotes life story Some very amusing bits But other large sections which appear to be drafts or extracts of mini plays which did nothing for me and I ended up skipping parts Worth a read if you re already an Armitage fan

Free download ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¶ Simon Armitage

Being Northern It's about humour language writing film houses homes time wasters one loose tyre you me and all points in betwee. Maybe it s just because I live in the north and only a few miles from Simon Armitage that I like this so much It s full of gritty pennine atmosphere and no nonsense humour A great read