Betjeman

Betjeman
/bech"euh meuhn/, n.
Sir John, 1906-84, English poet: poet laureate 1972-84.

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  • Betjeman —   [ betʃɪmən], Sir (seit 1969) John, englischer Dichter, * London 28. 8. 1906, ✝ Trebetherick (Cornwall) 19. 5. 1984; »Poet laureate« seit 1972; schrieb geistreiche urbane satirische Lyrik, die ein weites Publikum erreichte, aber auch Literaten… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Betjeman — [bech′ə mən] Sir John 1906 84; Eng. poet: poet laureate (1972 84) …   English World dictionary

  • Betjeman — Sir John Betjeman (* 28. August 1906 in London; † 19. Mai 1984 in Daymer Lane, Trebetherick, Cornwall) war ein britischer Dichter, Publizist und Journalist. Er gilt als der weitaus populärste Lyriker Großbritanniens im 20. Jahrhundert. Bekannt… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Betjeman And Barton — Logo de Betjeman and Barton Dates clés 1919 : Création 1978 : Reprise par Didier Jumeau Lafond …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Betjeman and Barton — Logo de Betjeman and Barton Dates clés 1919 : Création 1978 : Reprise par Didier Jumeau Lafond …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Betjeman, Sir John — born Aug. 28, 1906, London, Eng. died May 19, 1984, Trebetherick, Cornwall English poet. His poetry volumes include Mount Zion (1933), High and Low (1966), and A Nip in the Air (1974), and his prose works include guidebooks to English counties… …   Universalium

  • Betjeman, Sir John — (1906 1984)    Broadcaster, television presenter and poet laureate known for writing about the recent past in such a way as to make it accessible and familiar. The only child of a London furniture manufacturer, he was educated at Marlborough… …   British and Irish poets

  • Betjeman — biographical name Sir John 1906 1984 British author; poet laureate (1972 84) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Betjeman — This famous surname, one of the earliest recorded in history, and recorded in over two hundred spellings from Benedicte, Benech and Bennet, to Banish, Beinosovitch and Vedyasov, derives from the Roman personal name Benedictus , meaning blessed.… …   Surnames reference

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