Terence Dooley


Terence Dooley started late as poet and translator. His published career as the latter began with a well-meant hoax, his versions of three Vera Pavlova poems in MPT co-credited to his sister Maura (a Willy and Colette arrangement). Worse, a poem has appeared in Soundings under his name which is really by W.G. Sebald. He has edited his mother-in-law Penelope Fitzgerald's collected essays (A House of Air, 2003) and has prepared an edition of her selected letters and poems, published by Fourth Estate

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