Helen Dunmore Quote: “The poets whom I knew then…”

The poets whom I knew then were all men and all seemed dauntingly sure of themselves – although I am sure that really they were as uncertain as I was.

Helen Dunmore


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Name: Helen Dunmore
Profession: Poet
Nationality: British
Birthday: December 12, 1952
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