With this, Brownjohn confirmed Peter Porter's claim that he was Britain's finest social poet since Larkin. ""Like seventeenth century English poets, he makes wit the servant of morality"" - London Magazine. ""Speaks wryly and with a controlled rebelliousness of the world and its rejections"" - Library Journal.
Used availability for Alan Brownjohn's Sandgrains On a Tray
January 1969 : USA Hardback
June 1969 : UK Hardback
June 1969 : UK Paperback