John Pudney


(John Sleigh Pudney)
UK flag (1909 - 1977)

John Sleigh Pudney was a British journalist and writer. He was known for short stories, poetry, non-fiction and children's fiction. He was born in at Langley Marish and educated at Gresham's School, Holt, where he was a friend of W. H. Auden, leaving school at the age of sixteen in 1925. He later lived in Buckinghamshire.
 
Novels
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Collections
   Spring Encounter (poems) (1933)
   And Lastly the Fireworks (1935)
   Open the Sky (poems) (1935)
   Uncle Arthur (1939)
   Dispersal Point (poems) (1942)
   Beyond This Disregard (poems) (1943)
   South of Forty (poems) (1943)
   Almanack of Hope (poems) (1944)
   Flight Above Cloud (poems) (1944)
   Ten Summers (poems) (1944)
   Edna's Fruit Hat (1946)
   It Breathed Down My Neck (1946)
   Selected Poems (poems) (1946)
   Low Life (poems) (1947)
   Selected Poems Taken from Ten Summers (poems) (1947)
   Commemorations (poems) (1948)
   Collected Poems (poems) (1957)
   Spill Out (poems) (1967)
   Spandrels (poems) (1969)
   Take This Orange (poems) (1971)
   Selected Poems, 1967-73 (poems) (1973)
   For Johnny (poems) (1976)
   Living in a One-sided House (poems) (1976)
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