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While so much americans contemplate modern British poetry, they suspect of such mainstream poets as Ted Hughes, Philip Larkin, and Geoffrey Hill. but there's a shiny, diversified substitute poetry circulate within the united kingdom, encouraged in huge degree by means of the paintings of such major mentors as Basil Bunting and J. H. Prynne. there's growing to be curiosity during this paintings within the usa - as replacement American poetries exhibit more and more transnational issues - and but nearly none of it truly is to be had here.

OTHER is a hugely targeted anthology bringing jointly a number of vital strands of English-language poetry that aren't in a different way so without problems available. It comprises paintings through fifty five poets, between them Cris Cheek, Brian Coffey, Fred d'Aguiar, Allen Fisher, Ulli Freer, Randolph Healy, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Wendy Mulford, Tom Raworth, Denise Riley, Catherine Walsh; a serious creation addressing such subject matters because the interplay of British and American poetic traditions; and short biographical and bibliographical notes on each one poet.

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