Glen Cavaliero
Glen Cavaliero (7 June 1927 - 28 October 2019) was born of mixed Italian and north country English descent. Educated at Tonbridge School and Magdalen College, Oxford,where he read Modern History, he was ordained to the Anglican priesthoodin 1953. In 1965 he moved to Cambridge where he read for a degree in English,obtaining his doctorate in 1972. He lived and taught there as a memberof the Faculty of English and a Fellow Commoner of St Catharine's College.A former adviser to the Cambridge International Poetry Festival, he authored nine collections of poems. He also published criticalstudies of John Cowper Powys (1973), E. M. Forster (1979) and Charles Williams(1983) in addition to The Rural Tradition in the English Novel 1900-1939(1977), The Supernatural and English Fiction (1995), and TheAlchemy of Laughter (2000). A Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature,he contributed to numerous journals and periodicals, including TheCambridge Review, Encounter, The New Yorker, PN Review,Stand, and The Times Literary Supplement

Books available from Poetry Salzburg:

Glen Cavaliero: Ancestral Haunt, 2002. 107 pp. ISBN-13 978-3-901993-11-4; ISBN-10 3-901993-11-8
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Glen Cavaliero: Towards the Waiting Sun, March 2011. 98 pp. ISBN-13 978-3-901993-32-1
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