The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry in English

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Key to Contributors
AB Alan Brownjohn CWo Catherine Woeber
AC Amit Chaudhuri DBa Douglas Barbour
AF Anne French DBr David Brooks
AG Arthur Gregor DD Douglas Daymond
AH Andrew Hudgins DED Douglas Duma
AHa Alamgir Hashmi DES Donald E. Stanford
AJ Alan Jenkins DeVS De Viilo Sloan
AKM Arvind Krishna Mehrotra DG Dana Gioia
ALRC Angus Calder DH Daniel Hoffman
AM Andrew Motion DHa Dennis Haskell
AM-P Adewale Maja-Pearce DHe David Headon
ARL A. Robert Lee DJ Dan Jacobson
AS Anne Stevenson DK David Kennedy
AST Anthony Thwaite DL David Lehman
AT Ann Thwaite DM David Mason
ATT A. T. Tolley DR David Rampton
AU Alan Urquhart DRB Donald R. Bartlett
AW Andrew Wallace DS David Statues
BB Bruce Bennett DStJ David StJohn
BK Bruce King DWF D.W. Fenza
BM Bill Manhire EB Edward Butscher
BMe Bruce Meyer EC Eleanor Cook
BO'D Bernard O'Donoghue EDF Elaine D. Foster
CAR Carol Rumens EG Emily Grosholz
CB Christopher Benfey EH Eamonn Hughes
CF Colin Falck EHF Edward Foster
CH Christopher Hope EJ Evan Jones
CHa Cliff Hanna EMcM Elizabeth McMahon
CJR Christopher Reid ETL Edward T. Larrissy
CKS C.K. Stead FA Fadzilah Amin
CLB Charles Bainbridge FKA Fleur Adcock
CM Clive Meachen FMcK Frank McKay
CMW Charlotte M. Wright FO Femi Oyebode
CP Christopher Pollnitz GB Gillian Boddy
CPH Claire Harman GC Graham Clarke
CR Clay Reynolds GE Gavin Ewart
CS Colin Smythe GF Giles Foden
CW Clive Wilmer GG Gary Geddes
CW-C Chris Wallace-Crabbe GHB George Bowering

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