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Dreadlocked poet Zephaniah praised the crime-fighting rodent created by Trinidadian Rasta Michael De Souza for prompting a debate about the portrayal of black people on telly.
Jan Morris and Benjamin Zephaniah Sculptor Nick Elpick working on H M Stanley statue at his studio in Llandudno
While Elizabeth Barrett Browning needs no introduction, Benjamin Zephaniah does because he is not known in the canonical circles although he is slowly inserting his voice into the club, as a dub poet, especially in the framework of Black British literature.
Los Angeles) examines the Yemenite Targum Jonathan to Zephaniah and finds traditions that have been preserved in the diaspora.
But it is one that Birmingham playwright, novelist and poet Benjamin Zephaniah (51) hopes will teach youngsters some valuable lessons about life.
Hills - next Poet Laureate: 5-4 Simon Armitage, Carol Ann Duffy, 6 Roger McGough, 8 James Fenton, Jackie Kay, Jo Shapcott, 10 Wendy Cope, 12 2 Benjamin Zephaniah.
The Patriots did not care that Zephaniah had freed his wife and children.
With his commentary on Zephaniah in the Hermeneia series, Marvin Sweeney adds a further work to his previous comprehensive oeuvre on the Prophets.
The ample format of the Hermeneia series lets Sweeney present a truly comprehensive treatment of Zephaniah, integrating textual, philological, generic, rhetorical, and historical analysis.