Critical appreciation of diary of a church mouse
John Betjeman, an English poet, broadcaster and writer on architecture was born on 6th April 1906. One is tempted to say of Betjeman that he is an architect masque' and a poet by accident, for architecture has always been his chief preoccupation. He wrote many poems to do with Christianity. His poems were often humorous and this unusual quality was accepted and eventually became popular. One characteristic of Betjeman's poems was satire. With his use of satire, Betjeman communicates his views on themes such as hypocrisy and egotism in society.
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