100 Poems by 100 Poets: An Anthology
Harold Pinter, Geoffrey Harold Godbert, Anthony Astbury
Faber & Faber, 1991 - American poetry - 177 pages
During a train journey the editors of this anthology appointed themselves the task of nominating a hundred poets to represent the richness and diversity of English verse over 5 centuries. The result, after several further meetings, is this selection ranging from the familiar to the obscure.
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This year I've been trying to read more poetry. It doesn't usually appeal to me. I tend to be on the literal side of things and so poetry can be a struggle for me. I've been reading this collection ... Read full review