The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry in English

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Selection of Anthologies
American Poetry since 1945, ed. S. Stepanchev ( New York, 1965).
And Now the Poets Speak: Poems Inspired by the Struggle for Zimbabwe, ed. N. Zimunya and M. Kadhani ( Harare, 1981).
An Anthology of Twentieth-Century New Zealand Poetry, ed. Vincent O'Sullivan ( Oxford, 1987).
Australian Poetry 1957, ed. Hal Porter ( Sydney, 1957).
Australian Poetry Now, ed. T. Shapcott ( Melbourne, 1970).
Birthright: A Selection of Poems from Southern Africa, ed. M. Zimunya ( London, 1989).
Black Poets in South Africa, ed. Robert Royston ( London, 1973).
The Blue Wind: Poems in English from Pakistan, Introduced by Peter Dent (Budleigh Salterton, 1984).
Canadian Poetry Now: Twenty Poets of the 80s, ed. Ken Norris ( Toronto, 1984).
Contemporary American Poetry, ed. Donald Hall (Harmondsworth, 1962, 1971).
Contemporary Australian and American Poetry, ed. T. Shapcott ( St Lucia, Qld., 1976).
Contemporary Australian Poetry, ed. John Leonard ( Boston, 1990).
Contemporary Indian Poetry in English, ed. Kaiser Haq ( Columbus, Ohio, 1990).
Contemporary [Indian] Poetry in English: An Assessment and Selection, ed. S. Peeradina ( Quest 74, 1972; repr. As a book, Bombay, 1977).
A Controversy of Poets, ed. Paris Leary and Robert Kelly ( New York, 1965).
The Direction of Poetry, ed. R. Rickman ( Boston, 1988).
Ecstatic Occasions, Expedient Forms, ed. David Lehman ( New York, 1987).
The Faber Book of Contemporary Scottish Poetry, ed. Douglas Dunn ( London, 1992).
The Faber Book of Irish Verse, ed. John Montague ( London, 1974).
The Faber Book of Modern America Verse, ed. W. H. Auden ( London, 1956).
The Faber Book of Modern Australian Verse, ed. Vincent Buckley ( London, 1991).
The Faber Book of Twentieth-Century Women's Poetry, ed. Fleur Adcock ( London, 1987).
The Fate of Vultures: New Poetry of Africa, ed. M. P. Porter Zimunya, and K. Anyidoho ( Oxford, 1989).
From Our Yard: Jamaican Poetry since Independence, ed. Pamela Mordecai ( Kingston, 1987).
The Fugitive Poets: Modern Southern Poetry in Perspective, ed. W. C. Pratt ( New York, 1965).
The Generation of 2000, ed. William Heyen ( Princeton, NJ, 1984).
Georgian Poetry, ed. James Reeves (Harmondsworth, 1962).
The Golden Apples of the Sun, ed. C. Wallace-Crabbe ( Melbourne, 1980).
A Group Anthology, ed. E. Lucie-Smith and P. Hobsbaum ( London, 1963).
Harper's Anthology of Twentieth-Century Native American Poetry, ed. Duane Niatum ( San Francisco, 1987).
The Heinemann Book of African Poetry in English, ed. Adewale Maja-Pearce ( Oxford, 1990).
Hinterland: Caribbean Poets from the West Indies and Britain, ed. E. A. Markham (Newcastle upon Tyne, 1989).
The Home Book of Modern Verse, ed. B. E. Stevenson ( New York, 1963).

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  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Selection of Anthologies xi
  • Key to Contributors xiv
  • Alphabetical List of Contributors xvii
  • A 1
  • B 28
  • C 80
  • D 113
  • E 143
  • F 156
  • G 179
  • H 206
  • I 247
  • J 251
  • K 266
  • L 284
  • M 318
  • N 375
  • O 393
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  • Q 436
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