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Issue Details: First known date: 1947... 1947 Poetry of the English Speaking World
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    • London,
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      England,
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      United Kingdom (UK),
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      Western Europe, Europe,
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      Heinemann ,
      1947 .
      Extent: 936p.

Works about this Work

Letters Rosemary Dobson , Alister Kershaw , 1948 single work correspondence
— Appears in: John O'London's Weekly , 6 February 1948; (p. 70)
Dobson and Kershaw responded to a review of Poetry of the English-Speaking World. The reviewer, B. Ifor Evans, had criticised the non-representation of poets from Commonwealth countries. Dobson suggested the names of those poets worthy of inclusion; Kershaw doubted that there were any worthy of inclusion.
Letters Rosemary Dobson , Alister Kershaw , 1948 single work correspondence
— Appears in: John O'London's Weekly , 6 February 1948; (p. 70)
Dobson and Kershaw responded to a review of Poetry of the English-Speaking World. The reviewer, B. Ifor Evans, had criticised the non-representation of poets from Commonwealth countries. Dobson suggested the names of those poets worthy of inclusion; Kershaw doubted that there were any worthy of inclusion.
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