Alice Oswald is a contemporary British poet and playwright known for her innovative use of language and form. Her work often draws from classical themes and the natural world, exploring the intersection of human life and the environment. Oswald has received numerous accolades for her poetry, including the T.S. Eliot Prize and the Griffin Poetry Prize.
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"Dart" is a narrative poem that traces the journey of the River Dart in Devon, England, from its source to the sea. The poem is a vivid exploration of the river's natural and human environments, and the voices of the people who live and work along its banks. It is a celebration of the river's vitality and diversity, and a meditation on the complex interplay between nature and human activity.