A Gallery to Play To: The Story of the Mersey Poets

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Index
Alvarez, Al 138, 158
Amis, Kingsley 5, 96, 107
Armitage, Simon 141, 161, 193
Auden, W. H. 37, 168, 107, 191, 194
Bacon, Francis 36–37
Ballard, Arthur 9, 32, 49, 60, 68, 86, 111
Baudelaire, Charles 3, 20, 22, 27, 42, 74, 164
Beatles, The 3, 50, 54, 59, 65–66, 95, 129, 162
Beckett, Samuel 7, 10
Betjeman, John 107, 133
Bevan (née Patten), Stella 38, 160–61, 166
Bisson, Roderick 37
Blair, Tony 140, 161, 169, 182–83, 187–88, 190
Blake, Peter 47–48, 172
Blake, William 11, 42, 61, 174
Bleasdale, Alan 148–49, 165
Blease, Alan 9, 32–34
Blond, Leslie 47, 50
Booth, Martin 88, 124
Brown, Gordon 140, 161, 182, 191
Brown, Pete 10–12, 32, 37, 43, 61, 68, 70, 72, 162, 194
Burgoyne, Lis 136, 139, 144
Burroughs, William 6,9
Byrne, Johnny 9, 11–13, 37, 45, 65, 89
Caen, Herb 6
Callaghan, James 118, 122
Carroll, Donald 72–73, 75
Causley, Charles 3, 92, 114, 157, 161, 167, 170, 186
Charles (née McGough), Brenda 15–16, 142, 151, 172
Cockrill, Maurice 13, 49, 68–69, 75, 98–100, 116, 120–21, 143
Cookson, Linda 102, 166, 186–87
Cooper-Clarke, John 66, 125, 193
Cope, Wendy 91
Corso, Gregory 9, 60, 63
Creeley, Robert 45, 48, 60, 98, 175
cummings, e. e. 25, 155, 165
Davie, Donald 106–07
Davies, Peter 113
Dean, Mal 10–12
Dodd, Ken 8, 129
Donegan, Lonnie 7
Dooley, Arthur 9, 34, 48, 57, 130, 162
Duffy, Carol Ann 108, 111–13,121, 126, 130–31, 136, 154, 159, 161–62, 181, 185, 192–93
Dunn, Douglas 2, 108, 157
Dylan, Bob 42, 59, 65–66, 76, 92, 162, 183, 188, 191
Eliot, T. S. 20–21, 27, 42, 131, 164
Epstein, Brian 32, 81
Evans, Mike 33–34, 69, 72, 74, 78, 82, 91–94, 98, 121
Fainlight, Harry 64–66
Feather, Yankel 9, 13, 19, 32, 34–35, 37, 47, 61, 109, 175

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Author's Note ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Fifties and the Beginning of the Liverpool Scene 5
  • 2: Roger Mcgough 1937–1958 15
  • 3: Adrian Henri 1932–1956 22
  • 4: Liverpool 1957–1961 31
  • 5: Brian Patten 1946–1961 38
  • 6: 1961–1968 43
  • 7: The End of the Sixties 81
  • 8: The Seventies 96
  • 9: The Eighties 129
  • 10: The Nineties 151
  • 11: The Noughties 177
  • Bibliography 195
  • Index 196
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