Rosemary Tonks (born 1932) is an English author and poet. She disappeared from the public eye after her conversion to Fundamentalist Christianity in the 1970s, and nothing is known about her life since.
Rosemary Tonks was born in London and educated at Wentworth School, London. Expelled in 1948, she published a children's story in the same year. She married ... more »
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- The drinkers of coffee
- Story Of A Hotel Room
- Addiction to an old mattress
- The ice-cream room towns
- Done For!
- A few sentences away
- Badly chosen lover
- The desert wind elite
- Song of the October Wind
- An old-fashioned traveller on the trade ...
- Orpheus in Soho
- The Sofas, Fogs, and Cinemas
- Epoch of the hotel corridor
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I have developed a visionary modern lyric, and, for it, an idiom in which I can write lyrically, colloquially, and dramatically. My subject is city lifewith its sofas, hotel corridors, cinemas, ...Rosemary Tonks (b. 1932), British poet. As quoted in Contemporary Poets, 3rd ed., by James Vinson (1980). Tonks's city was London.
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