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Finlay, Ian Hamilton

LC control no.n 80045844
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6056.I5
Personal name headingFinlay, Ian Hamilton
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Variant(s)Finlay, Ian H.
Associated placeLanarkshire (Scotland) Dunsyre (Scotland)
Little Sparta (Dunsyre, Scotland)
Birth date1925-10-28
Death date2006-03-27
Place of birthNassau (Bahamas)
Place of deathEdinburgh (Scotland)
Field of activityConcrete poetry
Profession or occupationPoets Artists Pacifists Gardeners
Found inHis The dancers inherit the party, 1960.
Times WWW site, Mar. 28, 2006 (Ian Hamilton Finlay; b. Oct. 28, 1925, Bahamas; d. Mar. 27, 2006; Scottish poet and artist who turned his Lanarkshire grounds into Little Sparta, a celebrated shrine to pacifism)
Info. from 678 field, Oct. 15, 2012 (b. 1925)
Little Sparta, c1998 (Ian Hamilton Finlay)
The sea-bed and other stories, 1958: t.p. (Ian H. Finlay)
Wikipedia, 18 Dec. 2012 (Ian Hamilton Finlay CBE; b. Oct. 28, 1925, Nassau, Bahamas; d. Mar. 27, 2006, Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 80; was a Scottish poet, writer, artist and gardener; known for poetry, concrete poetry, art, gardens, sculpture, publishing)
Associated languageeng
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