The Course of English Surrealist Poetry Since the 1930s

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Edwin Mellen Press, Jan 1, 1989 - Literary Criticism - 325 pages
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This study proposes that there has been a revival of surrealist poetry, and traces an uninterrupted thread of development in surrealism throughout 20th-century English poetry.
  

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Contents

General Introduction
1
The Thirties
15
England in the Thirties
25
Instant Poetry? Surrealist Practice in England in
70
Boiled String and Sympathy The Relationship between
100
The Forties
118
England
125
No More Musical Eggs The Poetry of the
150
Machine Men and Burning Cathedrals D H Lawrence
179
Since the Porties
198
and Adrian Henri
226
ConclusionThe Seventies and Eighties
253
and Prognosis
280
Bibliography
297
Index
320
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