American poetry since 1950: innovators and outsiders : an anthology
This begins with the last poems of the Modernist masters and continues through four generations of poets who are primary voices of the anti-tradition in American poetry."This collection exhibits a vibrancy and challenge sadly absent from the poetic mainstream in the last halt of our century". -- Library Journal
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