The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry in English

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Alphabetical List of Contributors

Michael Q. Abraham (MQA), Lionel Abrahams (LA), Fleur Adcock (FKA), Fadzilah Amin (FA), Ranjana Ash (RA). Charles Bainbridge (CLB), Douglas Barbour (DBa), Jonathan Barker (JDB), Donald R. Bartlett (DRB), Christopher Benfey (CB), Bruce Bennett (BB), Reg Berry (RB), Neil Besner (NB), Sven Birkerts (SPB), Peter Bland (PB), Gillian Boddy (GB), James Booth (JB), Marianne Boruch (MB), George Bowering (GHB), Matthew C. Brennan (MCB), David Brooks (DBr), W. S. Broughton (WSB), Stewart Brown (SB), Alan Brownjohn (AB), Edward Butscher (EB), R. W. Butterfield (RWB), Angus Calder (ALRC), James Campbell (JC), Amit Chaudhuri (AC). Tom Clark (TC), Graham Clarke (GC). Henri Cole (HC), Eleanor Cook (EC). Jane Todd Cooper (JTC). William Corbett (WC). Neil Corcoran (NC), Julian Croft (JCr), Peter Dale (PD), Douglas Daymond (DD), Thomas DePietro (TDeP), Lakshmi de Silva (LdeS), Laurence Donovan (LD), Jeff Doyle (JD), Douglas Dum (DED), Nicholas Everett (NE), Gavin Ewart (GE), Colin Falck (CF), D. W. Fenza (DWF), Giles Foden (GF), Peter Forbes (PF), Mark Ford (MR), Edward Foster (EHF), Elaine D. Foster (EDF), Robert Fraser (RF), Anne French (AF), Sharmani Patricia Gabriel (SPG), Roger Garfitt (RGa), Gary Geddes (GG), Roger Gilbert (RG), William Gillies (WG), Dana Gioia (DG), Michael Gnarowski (MG), Kevin Goddard (KG), Noreen Golfman (NG), Ken Goodwin (KGo), Yasmine Gooneratne (YG), Sherrill E. Grace (SEG), Jamie Grant (JG), Richard Gray (RJG), Robert Gray (RGr), Stephen Gray (SG), Arthur Gregor (AG), Emdy Grosholz (EG), R. S. Gwynn (RSG), Rachel Hadas (RHa), John Haffenden (JH), Cliff Hanna (CHa), Claire Harman (CPH), T. J. G. Harris (TJGH), Kevin Hart (KH). Shuaib bin Hasan (SbinH). Alamgir Hashmi (AHa), Dennis Haskell (DHa), Ronald B. Hatch (RBH), Hugh Haughton (HH), David Headon (DHe), Seamus Heaney (SH), Michael Heller (MH), Philip Hobsbaum (PDH), Daniel Hoffman (DH), Christopher Hope (CH), Ron Horning (RH), Andrew Hudgins (AH), Eamonn Hughes (EH), Michael Hulse (MHu), Mick Imlah (MI), Kevin Ireland (KI), S. Manzoorul Islam (SMI), MacDonald Jackson (MacDJ), Dan Jacobson (DJ), Mark Jarman (MJ), Alan Jenkins (AJ), Nicholas Jenkins (NJ), Kai Jensen (KJ), Evan Jones (EJ). Paul Kavanagh (PK), Janice Kulyk Keefer (JKK), Sandra Kemp (SK), David Kennedy (DK), Bruce King (BK), Koh Buck Song (KBS), John Lang (JLa), Richard Lansdown (RL), Edward T. Larrissy (ETL), A. Robert Lee (ARL), Michele Leggott (ML), David Lehman (DL), Marcia Leveson (MLe), Herbert Lomas (HL), Mary Lord (MLo), John Lucas (JL), Paddy Lyons (PL), George MacBeth (GMacB), Patricia McCarthy (PMcC), Peter McDonald (PMcD), Robert McDowell (RMcD), Frank McKay (FMcK), Wayne McKenna (WMcK), Susan McKeman (SMcK), Lachlan MacKinnon (LMacK), Elizabeth McMahon (EMcM), Lynne McMahon (LMcM), Ian McMillan (IMcM), Robert McPhillips (RMcP), Harvey McQueen (HMcQ), Wes Magee (WM), Adewale Maja-Pearce (AM-P), Pierre Maldive (POM), Bill Manhire (BM), David Mason (DM), Glyn Maxwell (GM), Clive Meachen (CM), Philip Mead (PM), Arvind Krishna Mehrotra (AKM), Bruce Meyer (BMe), John Mole (JM), Blake Morrison (PBM), Andrew Motion (AM), Mpalive-Hangon Msiska (M-HM), Les Murray (LM), W. H. New (WHN), Sean OBrien (SOB). Bernard ODonoghue (BOD), Kole Omotoso (KO), Michael

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