Modern Verse in English, 1900-1950

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CREDITS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

BRITISH POETS
BELLOC, HILAIRE: by permission of A. D. Peters and Gerald Duckworth & Company Ltd.
BETJEMAN, JOHN: by permission of John Betjeman and John Murray (Publishers) Ltd.
BINYON, LAURENCE: by permission of Mrs. Binyon and The Society of Authors.
BLUNDEN, EDMUND: by permission of A. D. Peters.
BOTTOMLEY, GORDON: by permission of the literary executor of Gordon Bottomley and Constable & Company Ltd.
BOTTRALL, RONALD: by permission of Ronald Bottrall.
BRIDGES, ROBERT: by permission of the Clarendon Press.
BROOKE, RUPERT: by permission of the trustees of Rupert Brooke, Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd. and Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc., reprinted by permission of Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc., from The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke, copyright 1915 by Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc., copyright renewal 1943 by Edward Marsh.
CAMPBELL, ROY: by permission of Curtis Brown Ltd. And Faber & Faber Ltd.
CHESTERTON, G. K.: by permission of A. P. Watt & Son, Methuen & Company Ltd., and Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc., reprinted by permission of Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc., from The Ballad of the White Horse by G. K. Chesterton, copyright c. 1911 by Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc., copyright renewal 1938 by Frances Chesterton.
COLERIDGE, MARY: by permission of the executors of the late Mary Coleridge and Rupert Hart-Davis Ltd.
CORNFORD, FRANCES: by permission of The Cresset Press Ltd.
DAVIES, W. H.: by permission of Jonathan Cape Ltd.
DAY LEWIS, C.: by permission of The Hogarth Press Ltd., Jonathan Cape Ltd., and A. D. Peters; "A Time to Dance," from Collected Poems 1954, published by The Hogarth Press Ltd.; "The Chrysanthemum Show," from Poems 1943-7, published by Jonathan Cape Ltd.
DE LA MARE, WALTER: by permission of the late Waiter de la Mare, Faber & Faber Ltd., and Henry Holt & Company, Inc.; from Collected Poems 1901-1918, copyright 1920 by Henry Holt & Company, Inc., copyright 1948 by Waiter de la Mare: from Collected Poems, copyright 1941 by Walter de la Mare.
DURRELL, LAWRENCE: by permission of Lawrence Durrell, Faber & Faber Ltd., and The Grove Press from Cities, Plains arid People.

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