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Voices in my Head by Terence Moore is an accessible and moving selection of sonnets, villanelles and lyrics charting one man's experience of living and loving, of hiding and revealing self, of communicating and not, of ageing and nudging up to death. Terence Moore was brought up in Horsham. After two years as a miner, he read English at Trinity College, Cambridge. After graduating he became an apprentice bookbinder then taught English to speakers of other languages at Baroness Wangenheim's school in Oxford. In his thirties he read linguistics for a Ph.D. at UCLA, where the focus was on Chomsky's ideas on universal grammar. He stayed on as an Assistant Professor of Linguistics, then returned to England, to Essex University, then the Department of Linguistics, Cambridge. He is a Fellow of Clare College. When not writing poetry he works on John Locke and has published a number of 'conversations' with Locke on language, truth and meaning.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Nov 28, 2007
Publisher Germinal Productions, Ltd/ Black Apollo Press
ISBN 1906448000 ISBN13 9781906448004
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More About Terence Moore
Terence Moore was educated at the University of Manitoba. He worked from 1966 to 1979 as reporter, Ottawa correspondent, and editorical writer for the Montreal Star. After brief service at the Montreal Gazette, he returned to Winnipeg in 198 as editorial writer for the Winnipeg Free Press. His other writings includ travel articles for Le Soleil and political commentaries for the Ottawa Journal, and among his honours is the 1983 National Newpaper Award for Editorial Writing.