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Norman Cornthwaite Nicholson OBE (8 January 1914 – 30 May 1987), was an English poet associated with the Cumbrian town of Millom. Although it is poetry for which he is chiefly known, he wrote many works in other forms: novels, plays, essays, topography and criticism.
Norman Nicholson’s most popular book is Selected Poems: William Cowper. The Lakers by. Norman Nicholson.
The Lakers, The. My son walks and climbs in the Lake District, he loves the place.
Books by Nicholson, Norman, Man & literature, H. G. Wells, William Cowper, The Lakers, Five rivers, Portrait of the lakes, The old man of the mountains, Greater Lakeland. The Lakers: the adventures of the first tourists.
1 Norman Cornthwaite Nicholson OBE 8 January 1914 30 May 1987 was an English poet associated with the Cumbrian town of Millom His poetry is noted fo. Died May 30, 1987, Whitehaven, Cumbria, United Kingdom Books Wednesday early closing, Collected poems, Greater Lakeland, The Lakers, Man & literature. Norman nicholson september on the mosses. Norman Cornthwaite Nicholson, OBE (8 January 1914 – 30 May 1987), was an English poet associated with the Cumbrian town of Millom. Although chiefly known for poetry, he wrote many works in other forms: novels, plays, essays, topography and criticism.
Book's title: A local habitation Norman Nicholson. Library of Congress Control Number: 72172636. Poetry Book Society Bulletin No. 74, Autumn 1972 (featuring Nicholson) laid in, removed to item folder.
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Norman Nicholson (1914-1987) and his poetry are inextricably bound up with the former iron-mining town of Millom, on the edge of the Lake District in Cumbria. Apart from several years spent in a TB sanatorium as a teenager, Nicholson never left the town, living in the same Victorian house he was born in, 14 St. George's Terrace. His life was largely uneventful: having survived TB, he converted to Christianity at the age of 22 which proved a major influence on his writing.