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Poems of tomorrow; an anthology of contemporary verse,

Author: Janet Adam Smith; Listener.
Publisher: London, Chatto & Windus, 1935.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Listener.
Poems of tomorrow.
London, Chatto & Windus, 1935
(OCoLC)613952336
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Janet Adam Smith; Listener.
OCLC Number: 3105566
Notes: "Poems originally published in the Listener in 1931-35, and, with few exceptions, the poets represented have become known during the last six years or so."--Introduction.
Description: 135 pages 19 cm
Contents: POEMS BY: Conrad Aiken; W.H. Auden; George Barker; Julian Bell; D.G. Bridson; J.N. Cameron; Roy Campbell; C. Day Lewis; Clifford Dyment; Richard Eberhart; Gavin Ewart; David Gascoyne; Ll. Wyn Griffith; Desmond Hawkins; Philip Henderson; John Hewitt; John Lehmann; Louis Macneice; John Macomish; Charles Madge; Edwin Muir; C.H. Peacock; William Plomer; Hugh Gordon Porteous; John Pudney; K.J. Raine; Herbert Read; Michael Roberts; Roger Roughton; John Short; Bernard Spencer; Stephen Spender; L.A.G. Strong; Alwyn Sugden; Randall Swingler; A.S.J. Tessimond; Dylan Thomas; R.E. Warner, and T.H. White.
Responsibility: chosen from the Listener by Janet Adam Smith.

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