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The Faber Book Of Popu. Grigson's second marriage was to Berta (Bertschy) Emma Kunert, who bore him two children, Anna and Lionel Grigson, the jazz musician and educator.
The Faber Book Of Popu. Following their divorce, Grigson's third and last marriage was to Jane Grigson, née McIntire (1928–90), the writer on food and cookery. Their daughter is the cookery writer Sophie Grigson. Geoffrey Grigson in his later life lived partly in Wiltshire, England, and partly in Trôo, a village in the Loir-et-Cher département in France, which features in his poetry. He died in Wiltshire in 1985.
Adrian Caesar, "Geoffrey Grigson's New Verse", in Dividing Lines: Poetry, Class, and Ideology in the 1930s, Manchester University Press, 1991 (pp. 107–121), pp. 109, 111. ^
Discoveries of Bones and Stones (Macmillan Poets; Macmillan, 1971). Sad Grave of an Imperial Mongoose (Macmillan, 1973), poems. The First Folio (Poem of the Month Club, 1973). Adrian Caesar, "Geoffrey Grigson's New Verse", in Dividing Lines: Poetry, Class, and Ideology in the 1930s, Manchester University Press, 1991 (pp. ^ "Geoffrey Grigson", Encyclopædia Britannica.
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Grigson, Geoffrey, 1905-1985, comp. Uniform Title: Gambit book of popular verse. General Note: American ed. (Boston, Gambit) has title: The Gambit book of popular verse. Publication, Distribution, et. London,. Faber and Faber Lt. (c)1971. Physical Description: 376 . 21 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 331-332. Rubrics: English poetry.
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