British music stars deceased in Lymphoma

Here are 2 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Lymphoma:

Denise Levertov

Denise Levertov (October 24, 1923 Ilford-December 20, 1997 Seattle) also known as Denise Levertoy or Levertov, Denise was a British writer, poet, author, editor and translator.

She was born in England and grew up in a literary and artistic family. Her father Roy Levertov was a Russian Jew and her mother Beatrice Spooner-Jones was Welsh. Denise started writing poetry at a young age and became a member of the literary circle associated with Dylan Thomas.

In 1948, Levertov moved to the United States where she continued her writing and became an important figure in the American poetry scene. She won numerous awards throughout her career, including the Robert Frost Medal and the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize.

Levertov's poetry addressed political and social issues such as the Vietnam War, the civil rights movement, and feminism. She also wrote extensively about nature and spirituality, and was influenced by her Christian faith.

In addition to poetry, Levertov wrote essays, memoirs, and translations, including works from Spanish and French. She also taught creative writing at various universities and mentored many young writers.

Denise Levertov's legacy continues to inspire and influence poets and readers today.

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Lynden David Hall

Lynden David Hall (May 7, 1974 Wandsworth-February 14, 2006 London) a.k.a. Lyden David Hall or Hall, Lynden David was a British singer, actor, songwriter, music arranger and record producer.

Discography: In Between Jobs, The Other Side and Medicine 4 My Pain. Genres related to him: Soul music.

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