Fri 8 May 2009, The Guardian

A man for the people

By Philip Hensher
It's a dark, neurotic work about a sadistic fisherman, its composer was a known pacifist and homosexual, but in 1945 Peter Grimes became England's national opera. By Philip Hensher
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