British Poetry since 1945

Edited by C. J. Rawson

Yearbook of English Studies 17

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1987  •  376pp

ISBN: 0-947623-07-8 (paperback)

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Contents:

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Editorial Note
C. J. Rawson
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1-15
The Post-War Poetry of Basil Bunting
Peter Makin
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16-30
George Mackay Brown and Edwin Muir
P. H. Butter
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31-45
The Sea, the Desert, the City: Environment and Language in W. S. Graham, Hamish Henderson, and Tom Leonard
Edwin Morgan
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46-61
Appropriate Falsehoods: English Poets and American Jazz
John Lucas
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62-74
A Preference for Poetry: Oxford Undergraduate Writing of the Early 1950s
Alan Brownjohn
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75-88
The Group: An Experiment in Criticism
Philip Hobsbaum
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89-116
Seamus Heaney and the Feminine Sensibility
John Haffenden
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117-127
Seamus Heaney and the Art of the Exemplary
Neil Corcoran
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128-142
Cast a Wary Eye: Derek Mahon's Classical Perspective
Arthur E. McGuinness
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143-165
The Pastures of the Wilderness: Geoffrey Hill's 'An Apology for the Revival of Christian Architecture in England'
Calvin Bedient
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166-178
Telling It like It's Not: Ted Hughes and Craig Raine
A. D. Moody
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179-217
The Filial Art: A Reading of Contemporary British Poetry
Blake Morrison
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218-233
Things, Description, and Metaphor in Contemporary British and Irish Poetry
Edward Larrissy
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234-235
Review of Donald E. Stanford, Dictionary of Literary Biography. Volume XIX. British Poets 1880-1914
John Stokes
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235
Review of Donald E. Stanford, Dictionary of Literary Biography. Volume XX. British Poets 1914-1945; Vincent B. Sherry, Jr., Dictionary of Literary Biography. Volume XL. Poets of Great Britain and Ireland since 1960
Edward Larrissy
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236-237
Review of Thomas Jackson Rice, English Fiction, 1900-1950 Individual Authors: Joyce to Woolf: A Guide to Information Sources; Bernard Oldsey, Dictionary of Literary Biography. Volume XV. British Novelists, 1930-1959
David Seed
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237-238
Review of Charles Tomlinson, Poetry and Metamorphosis
Peter Makin
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238-240
Review of David Piper, The Image of the Poet: British Poets and Their Portraits
Ronald Paulson
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240-241
Review of Wendell M. Aycock, The Teller and the Tale: Aspects of the Short Story; Helmut Bonheim, The Narrative Modes: Techniques of the Short Story
Valerie Shaw
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241-242
Review of Carl T. Berkhout, Milton McCormick Gatch, Anglo-Saxon Scholarship: The First Three Centuries
Daniel G. Calder
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242-243
Review of David Lawton, Middle English Alliterative Poetry and Its Literary Background: Seven Essays
T. Turville-Petre
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244-245
Review of Herbert Grabes, Gordon Collier, The Mutable Glass: Mirror Imagery in Titles and Texts of the Middle Ages and English Renaissance
J. B. Trapp
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245-246
Review of T. H. Aston, P. R. Coss, Christopher Dyer, Joan Thirsk, Social Relations and Ideas: Essays in Honour of R. H. Hilton
Derek Pearsall
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246-247
Review of Vincent Dimarco, Piers Plowman: A Reference Guide
Stanley Hussey
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247-248
Review of Piero Boitani, Chaucer and the Italian Trecento
Peter Mack
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248-249
Review of Geoffrey Chaucer, Helen Phillips, The Book of the Duchess
N. F. Blake
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249-250
Review of Helen Cooper, The Structure of 'The Canterbury Tales'
Stanley Hussey
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250-252
Review of Caroline D. Eckhardt, The 'Prophetia Merlini' of Geoffrey of Monmouth: A Fifteenth-Century English Commentary
N. F. Blake
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252-253
Review of George M. Logan, The Meaning of More's 'Utopia'
Peter Mack
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253-254
Review of George Gascoigne, Roger Pooley, 'The Green Knight': Selected Poetry and Prose
William E. Sheidley
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254-255
Review of John N. King, English Reformation Literature: The Tudor Origins of the Protestant Tradition
Vittorio Gabrieli
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255-257
Review of Reavley Gair, The Children of Paul's: The Story of a Theatre Company, 1553-1608
T. W. Craik
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257-258
Review of Alan Sinfield, Literature in Protestant England 1560-1660
Sarah Wintle
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258-259
Review of Joan Hughes, W. S. Ramson, Poetry of the Stewart Court
Helena Mennie Shire
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260-261
Review of Marie Axton, Three Tudor Classical Interludes: 'Thersites', 'Jack Juggler', 'Horestes'
J. A. B. Somerset
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261-263
Review of J. J. Anderson, Records of Early English Drama: Newcastle upon Tyne; John Fletcher, David Rush Miller, A Wife for a Moneth
Andrew Gurr
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263-264
Review of Julia Briggs, This Stage-Play World: English Literature and Its Background 1580-1625
Brian Gibbons
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264-265
Review of Robin Headlam Wells, Spenser's 'Faerie Queene' and the Cult of Elizabeth
Douglas Brooks-Davies
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265-266
Review of Martin White, The Tragedy of Master Arden of Faversham
Peter Hyland
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266-267
Review of Dieter Mehl, Die Tragödien Shakespeares: Eine Einführung
Heinz Reinhold
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267-270
Review of Michael Goldman, Acting and Action in Shakespearean Tragedy
David Bevington
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270-271
Review of Peter Thomson, Shakespeare's Theatre
Michael Hattaway
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271-272
Review of Lisa Jardine, Still Harping on Daughters: Women and Drama in the Age of Shakespeare
Ann Thompson
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272-273
Review of John R. Roberts, John Donne: An Annotated Bibliography of Modern Criticism, 1968-1978
Alan Rudrum
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274-275
Review of Bruce King, Seventeenth-Century English Literature
David Hopkins
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275
Review of Lee Bliss, The World's Perspective: John Webster and the Jacobean Drama
J. R. Mulryne
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276-277
Review of C. A. Patrides, George Herbert: The Critical Heritage
Gerald Hammond
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277-279
Review of John D. Guillory, Poetic Authority: Spenser, Milton, and Literary History
Roger Lejosne
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280-282
Review of Herman Rapaport, Milton and the Postmodern; James Thorpe, John Milton: The Inner Life
Thomas Healy
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282-283
Review of Suzanne Gossett, 'Hierarchomachia' or 'The Anti-Bishop'
Raymond A. Anselment
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283-284
Review of N. H. Keeble, Richard Baxter: Puritan Man of Letters
Barbara K. Lewalski
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284-285
Review of Warren L. Chernaik, The Poet's Time: Politics and Religion in the Work of Andrew Marvell
Thomas N. Corns
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285-287
Review of Malcolm M. Day, Thomas Traherne
Stanley Stewart
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287-288
Review of Paul J. Korshin, Typologies in England 1650-1820
Douglas Brooks-Davies
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289-290
Review of Donald C. Mell, Jr., English Poetry 1660-1800: A Guide to Information Sources
A. J. Sambrook
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290-291
Review of Arthur Gewirtz, Restoration Adaptations of Early 17th Century Comedies
Derek Hughes
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292-293
Review of Michael Cordner, George Etherege, The Plays of Sir George Etherege: 'The Comical Revenge; Or, Love in a Tub', 'She Would If She Could', 'The Man of Mode; Or Sir Fopling Flutter'
Robert D. Hume
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293-294
Review of Gerard Maria Peerbooms, Nathaniel Thompson: Tory Printer, Ballad Monger and Propagandist
Ian Higgins
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295
Review of Maximillian E. Novak, Eighteenth-Century English Literature
Arthur H. Scouten
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296
Review of Lennard J. Davis, Factual Fictions: The Origins of the English Novel
Jocelyn Harris
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297-298
Review of Maximillian E. Novak, Realism, Myth, and History in Defoe's Fiction
J. A. Downie
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298-299
Review of Patrick Reilly, Jonathan Swift: The Brave Desponder
Pat Rogers
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299-300
Review of John J. Burke, Jr., Donald Kay, The Unknown Samuel Johnson
Frederick M. Keener
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300-301
Review of E. R. Wood, David Garrick, George Colman, Plays by David Garrick and George Colman the Elder: 'The Lying Valet', 'The Jealous Wife', 'The Clandestine Marriage', 'The Irish Widow', 'Bon Ton'
Joseph Donohue
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302-303
Review of Adam Smith, J. C. Bryce, Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres
John Valdimir Price
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303-304
Review of Bill Hutchings, The Poetry of William Cowper
Joan H. Pittock
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304-305
Review of Stephen C. Behrendt, The Moment of Explosion: Blake and the Illustration of Milton
David W. Lindsay
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305-306
Review of Heather Glen, Vision and Disenchantment: Blake's 'Songs' and Wordsworth's 'Lyrical Ballads'
Edward Larrissy
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306-307
Review of Alan Bold, Sir Walter Scott: The Long-Forgotten Melody
J. H. Alexander
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307-309
Review of Isobel Armstrong, Language as Living Form in Nineteenth Century Poetry
Peter Larkin
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309-310
Review of Catharine Miles Wallace, The Design of 'Biographia Literaria'; Anca Vlasopolos, The Symbolic Method of Coleridge, Baudelaire and Yeats
John Colmer
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311-313
Review of Thomas Moore, Wilfred S. Dowden, The Journal of Thomas Moore. Volume 1
Andrew Nicholson
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313-314
Review of Dewey Ganzel, Fortune and Men's Eyes: The Career of John Payne Collier
Pat Rogers
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315-316
Review of Steve Ellis, Dante and English Poetry: Shelley to T. S. Eliot
Zygmunt G. Barański
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316-317
Review of Dorothy Van Ghent, Jeffrey Cane Robinson, Keats: The Myth of the Hero
Jack Stillinger
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317-318
Review of Pauline Fletcher, Gardens and Grim Ravines: The Language of Landscape in Victorian Poetry
Shelagh Hunter
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318-319
Review of Christopher Mulvey, Anglo-American Landscapes: A Study of Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Travel Literature
Clive Bush
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319-320
Review of John Carlos Rowe, Through the Custom-House: Nineteenth-Century American Fiction and Modern Theory
Harold Beaver
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321-322
Review of Thomas Babington Macaulay, Thomas Pinney, The Selected Letters of Thomas Babington Macaulay
Sylvère Monod
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322-323
Review of Gillian Beer, Darwin's Plots: Evolutionary Narrative in Darwin, George Eliot, and Nineteenth-Century Fiction
Sheila M. Smith
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323-324
Review of Ann C. Colley, Tennyson and Madness
Susan Shatto
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325
Review of James A. Davies, John Forster: A Literary Life
K. J. Fielding
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325-327
Review of Sylvère Monod, Martin Chuzzlewit
Margaret Cardwell
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327-328
Review of Michael Timko, Fred Kaplan, Edward Guiliano, Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. Volume 10
Heinz Reinhold
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328-330
Review of Monica Correa Fryckstedt, Elizabeth Gaskell's 'Mary Barton' and 'Ruth': A Challenge to Christian England; P. J. M. Scott, Anne Brontë: A New Critical Assessment
Tom Winnifrith
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330-331
Review of Bill Overton, The Unofficial Trollope
Valerie Shaw
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331-332
Review of Eric Warner, Graham Hough, Strangeness and Beauty: An Anthology of Aesthetic Criticism 1840-1910
John Stokes
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333-334
Review of David G. Riede, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Limits of Victorian Vision
Joan Rees
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334-335
Review of Roger Ebbatson, The Evolutionary Self: Hardy, Forster, Lawrence
Shelagh Hunter
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335-337
Review of Dan H. Laurence, Bernard Shaw: A Bibliography
John Stokes
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337-338
Review of John Carter, John Sparrow, William White, A. E. Housman: A Bibliography
Tom Winnifrith
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338-339
Review of Terence Diggory, Yeats and American Poetry: The Tradition of the Self
Peter Makin
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339-340
Review of G. A. Cevasco, John Gray
Karl Beckson
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340
Review of Stephen Tatum, Inventing Billy the Kid: Visions of the Outlaw in America, 1881-1981
Edward Countryman
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340-342
Review of Chester L. Wolford, The Anger of Stephen Crane: Fiction and the Epic Tradition
Harold Beaver
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342-343
Review of Christopher Innes, Edward Gordon Craig
John Stokes
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343-344
Review of William Hooker Gillette, Rosemary Cullen, Don B. Wilmeth, Plays by William Hooker Gillette: 'All the Comforts of Home', 'Secret Service', 'Sherlock Holmes'
Michael R. Booth
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344-345
Review of Marianne DeKoven, A Different Language: Gertrude Stein's Experimental Writing
Clive Bush
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345-347
Review of Brenda R. Silver, Virginia Woolf's Reading Notebooks
Stella McNichol
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347-350
Review of David Anderson, Pound's Cavalcanti: An Edition of the Translations, Notes, and Essays; Paul Smith, Pound Revised; Marianne Korn, Ezra Pound: Purpose/Form/Meaning
Peter Makin
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351-353
Review of D. H. Lawrence, Andrew Robertson, The White Peacock; D. H. Lawrence, Brian Finney, 'St. Mawr' and Other Stories; Jeffrey Meyers, D. H. Lawrence and the Experience of Italy
Philip Hobsbaum
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353-355
Review of Craig Hansen Werner, Paradoxical Resolutions: American Fiction since James Joyce
Ellen Pifer
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355-356
Review of Eric J. Sundquist, Faulkner: The House Divided
J. A. Leo Lemay
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356-357
Review of A. Robert Lee, Ernest Hemingway: New Critical Essays
Jay L. Halio
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357-358
Review of J. Bakker, Fiction as Survival Strategy: A Comparative Study of the Major Works of Ernest Hemingway and Saul Bellow
Judie Newman
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358-359
Review of Morris Beja, S. E. Gontarski, Pierre Astier, Samuel Beckett: Humanistic Perspectives
Leslie Hill
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359-360
Review of Paul Ferris, Dylan Thomas
Philip Hobsbaum
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360-361
Review of G. A. Wilkes, R. D. FitzGerald
L. T. Hergenhan
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361-362
Review of C. K. Stead, In the Glass Case: Essays on New Zealand Literature
Lawrence Jones
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362-365
Review of Keith Sagar, The Achievement of Ted Hughes; Martin E. Gingerich, Contemporary Poetry in America and England 1950-1975: A Guide to Information Sources
Edward Larrissy
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365-366
Review of David Trotter, The Making of the Reader: Language and Subjectivity in Modern American, English and Irish Poetry
Philip Hobsbaum
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Bibliography entry:

Rawson, C. J. (ed.), British Poetry since 1945 (= Yearbook of English Studies, 17.1 (1987))

First footnote reference: 35 British Poetry since 1945, ed. by C. J. Rawson (= Yearbook of English Studies, 17.1 (1987)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Rawson, p. 47.

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Rawson, C. J. (ed.). 1987. British Poetry since 1945 (= Yearbook of English Studies, 17.1)

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Example footnote reference: 35 Rawson 1987: 21.

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