Sun 25 October 2015, The Sunday Times

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By Richard Brooks
Philip Larkin was one of the most divisive figures in 20th-century literature. A natural curmudgeon, misanthrope, lothario and alleged racist, he still managed to produce some of the most enduring and beautiful poetry of the age. Poems such as An Arundel Tomb and The Whitsun Weddings were widely appreciated, but...
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