Author Archives: Timothy Ades

Just for a Handful – a Lipogram

Just for a Handful – a Lipogram, in which Browning damns Wordsworth for kowtowing to Victoria, to braid his brow with bardic bays.

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Classic Gallic Lipograms by Timothy Adès

A Parisian man with big hair and a parrot, a famous cult author, did this book La Disparition, a sort of whodunit which was also brought out in Britain in a rough but amusing translation as A Void. In La … Continue reading

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Guillaume Cingal: Lenten Light

Translated by Timothy Adès

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Events 2018

15 January, 2018 LOVING BY WILL at Trevor-Roberts School, London, with Eve Pearce Thursday 1 February, 6.30: Queen’s English Society, 11 Chandos Street, London W1: ‘The Impossible: Translating Poery with Rhyme & Metre’. 21 February, 2018 Solo reading at Bedford … Continue reading

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