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Charles Tomlinson

(b. 1927)

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Agenda

Agenda  

A quarterly journal devoted to poetry and criticism, founded in 1959 by William Cookson. Ezra Pound, with whom Cookson had corresponded since 1955, was the éminence grise behind the magazine ...
Antonio Machado

Antonio Machado  

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(1875–1939)Spanish poet. Following the largely symbolist texts of Soledades, galerías, otros poemas (1907: Solitudes, Galleries, Other Poems), his most famous collection, Campos de Castilla (1912: ...
Critical Quarterly

Critical Quarterly  

A literary review founded in 1959 and edited by C. B. Cox and A. E. Dyson. It publishes essays, reviews, and poetry, and contributors have included A. Wilson, P. Larkin, D. Davie, D. J. Enright, W. ...
Hudson Review

Hudson Review  

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(1948–),quarterly literary journal, published in New York. Contributors include William Arrowsmith, Saul Bellow, Blackmur, Kenneth Burke, Eliot, Herbert Gold, Richmond Lattimore, W. S. Merwin, ...
Movement

Movement  

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A term coined by J. D. Scott, literary editor of the Spectator, in 1954 to describe a group of writers including Amis, Larkin, Davie, Enright, Wain, E. Jennings, and Conquest. Two anthologies ...
New Lines

New Lines  

(1956),an anthology edited by R. Conquest, containing work by himself, E. Jennings, John Holloway (1920– ), Larkin, Gunn, Amis, Enright, Davie, and J. Wain, poets associated with the Movement. In his ...
New Poetry

New Poetry  

An anthology of verse edited by Al Alvarez, first published by Penguin Books in 1962. Alvarez's controversial introduction argued that since the decline of Modernism ‘the machinery of modern English ...
Nine

Nine  

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A lively monthly for the most part devoted to poetry and polemic, was founded in 1949 as a result of a meeting of nine young writers who decided that it ...
PN Review

PN Review  

A British literary periodical, publishing six times a year. It originated as Poetry Nation in 1973, and has been edited by Michael Schmidt for thirty years. It has a reputation ...
Poetry London

Poetry London  

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A bi‐monthly which became the leading poetry magazine of the 1940s. It was conceived by Dylan Thomas, James Meary Tambimuttu (1915–83), Anthony Dickins, and Keidrych Rhys, and its first fifteen ...
Poetry Nation

Poetry Nation  

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A twice‐yearly poetry magazine edited by C. B. Cox and Michael Schmidt (6 issues, 1973–6). Contributors included C. Tomlinson, P. Porter, E. Jennings, G. Hill, and Douglas Dunn; D. Davie and C. H. ...
Ted Hughes

Ted Hughes  

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1930–1998)British poet. He was appointed poet laureate in 1984 and admitted to the OM in 1998.Hughes was born in Yorkshire and took his degree at Pembroke College, Cambridge. In 1956 he married the ...
William Carlos Williams

William Carlos Williams  

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(1883–1963)US poet, who received the Dial award (1926), the National Book Award (1950), and the Bollingen Prize in Poetry (1952).The son of an English father and a Puerto Rican mother, Williams was ...

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