AQA (A): NEA Texts across time Unseen poetry
You have probably heard of a writer being described as a ‘poet laureate’ — but what does this really mean? Traditionally, a poet laureate was seen as a poet officially appointed by a government or a royal household, typically expected to compose poems for special events and occasions.
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