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The sequel to Poems That Make Grown Men Cry: women, look upon these works and weep…
Anthony Holden on the ‘female’ sequel to Poems That Make Grown Men Cry – the surprise bestselling anthology he put together with his son Ben

Anthony Holden

23, Feb, 2016 @7:30 AM

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Worlds Elsewhere review – the Bard abroad
Andrew Dickson’s quest to measure the global impact of our national poet is entertaining and original

Anthony Holden

15, Nov, 2015 @3:00 PM

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Brawls, booze and slurs: 300 years of Oxford University’s professor of poetry
The next occupant of the hallowed chair will be announced this week. And not for the first time in its long history, the contest has been steeped in controversy

Anthony Holden

14, Jun, 2015 @10:00 AM

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Princes at War by Deborah Cadbury and 17 Carnations by Andrew Morton – review
Two contrasting books scour the shadowy wartime world of the Windsors to ask: was Britain’s ex-king a traitor or a dupe?

Anthony Holden

19, Apr, 2015 @7:00 AM

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The poetry that moves men to tears
Anthony Holden's new anthology celebrates the poems that move men – with revealing contributions from the likes of Ian McEwan, Jonathan Franzen and Salman Rushdie

Anthony Holden

06, Apr, 2014 @7:00 AM

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'If you can't spot the sucker, it's you'

Ban booze at the table and never accept IOUs from tall dark strangers ... veteran player Anthony Holden on how to host the perfect poker party

Anthony Holden

22, Nov, 2008 @12:01 AM

Classical review: Angry mob puts the Tsar in his place

Classical review: Boris Godunov and the Berezovsky Trio

Anthony Holden

16, Nov, 2008 @12:01 AM

Classical CD releases

Berg/Mozart | Bach | Schumann/Brahms

Anthony Holden and Stephen Pritchard

16, Nov, 2008 @12:01 AM

CD: Tchaikovsky, Manfred Symphony, The Voyevoda

The Manfred symphony gives the RLP a chance to brood in style

Anthony Holden

09, Nov, 2008 @12:01 AM

Review: Soul of the Age by Jonathan Bate

Review: Soul of the Age - The Life, Mind and World of William Shakespeare by Jonathan Bate
Jonathan Bate confirms his reputation as a first-rate Shakespearean scholar, writes Anthony Holden

Anthony Holden

09, Nov, 2008 @12:01 AM

CD: Bach Piano, Works and Transcriptions

These great pieces are a reminder that Bach remains our masterful contemporary

Anthony Holden

09, Nov, 2008 @12:01 AM

Classical review: La Traviata | Revealing Tchaikovsky | Karim's Journey

David McVicar's La traviata will endure, but it is marred by some lacklustre singing

Anthony Holden

09, Nov, 2008 @12:01 AM

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