The New Poetry

The New Poetry A poetry anthology including multiple works by each of these authors Kingsley Amis John Berryman Arthur Boyars Iain Crichton Smith Donald Davie D J Enright John Fuller Thom Gunn Michael Hamburger Ian

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  • Title: The New Poetry
  • Author: Al Álvarez
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A poetry anthology including multiple works by each of these authors Kingsley Amis John Berryman Arthur Boyars Iain Crichton Smith Donald Davie D J Enright John Fuller Thom Gunn Michael Hamburger Ian Hamilton Geoffrey Hill David Holbrook Ted Hughes Philip Larkin Robert Lowell George MacBeth Norman MacCaig Christopher Middleton Sylvia Plath Peter Porter Peter Redgrove AnA poetry anthology including multiple works by each of these authors Kingsley Amis John Berryman Arthur Boyars Iain Crichton Smith Donald Davie D J Enright John Fuller Thom Gunn Michael Hamburger Ian Hamilton Geoffrey Hill David Holbrook Ted Hughes Philip Larkin Robert Lowell George MacBeth Norman MacCaig Christopher Middleton Sylvia Plath Peter Porter Peter Redgrove Anne Sexton Jon Silkin R S Thomas Charles Tomlinson John Wain Ted Walker David Wevill

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    1. Alvarez' "New Poetry" helped me understand how to comprehend poetry better and how to appreciate it. I think this book is still timely for those still searching as lovers of the art of poetry. Poetry in the 21st Century seems to have become a smokey corner filled with dandified poseurs and sorrowful ragamuffins who have established themselves as avatars of poetic expression.Technology is a poetry killer but a boon to publishing. No, I'm wrong. Technology kills young poets, rather, if not youth a [...]

    2. This was one of those landmark books for me - I bought it second-hand when I was about 16 or 17 and was introduced for the first time to Plath and other poets. Still remember the cover vividly - a Pollock print, and rubbed corners.

    3. I never read my poetry books from cover to cover, I just keep picking out bits and pieces It's an ongoing process.

    4. read this mainly for Alvarez's introduction. He's a bit hard on the poor guys isn't he? I am not sure I agree with him too.

    5. loved some of the selected poems, more so the Americans on the whole. However I thought Alvarez's introduction was a little strained after having read the selection.

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