The New Poetry
Michael Hulse, David Kennedy, David Morley
Bloodaxe Books, 1993 - Poetry - 352 pages
The first anthology of the new British and Irish poets of the 80s and 90s, and a controversial literary landmark: already a bestseller as well as a GCSE set text. It captures the excitement, energy, diversity and ambition of a new generation of writers.
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