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Three Contemporary Poets: Thom Gunn, Ted Hughes and R.S. Thomas

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24 October 1990

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This Casebook adopts a critical perspective towards the aims and achievements of three leading British poets of the post-1950 period. Incorporating a retrospective survey of the critical responses to each poet during the...

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This Casebook adopts a critical perspective towards the aims and achievements of three leading British poets of the post-1950 period. Incorporating a retrospective survey of the critical responses to each poet during the last thirty years or so it enables the reader to achieve a sharper understanding of their poetic art and relevance to the literary culture of today.

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General Editor's Preface
Introduction
PART 1: THOM GUNN
Gunn on Himself and Poetry
Critical Studies
PART 2: TED HUGHES
Hughes on Himself and Poetry
Critical Studies
PART 3: R. S. THOMAS
Thomas on Himself and Poetry
Critical Studies
Select Bibliography
Notes on Contributors
Acknowledgements
Index.

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A E DYSON has a longstanding knowledge and appreciation of the work of Gunn, Hughes and Thomas and this selection of criticism also includes original contributions by him on all three poets. As general editor of the Casebook series and former co-editor of the Critical Quarterly he is well-qualified to provide an authoritative and thought provoking introduction to their poetry. A E Dyson is an Honorary Fellow of the University of East Anglia.

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A E DYSON has a longstanding knowledge and appreciation of the work of Gunn, Hughes and Thomas and this selection of criticism also includes original contributions by him on all three poets. As general editor of the Casebook series and former co-editor of the Critical Quarterly he is well-qualified to provide an authoritative and thought provoking introduction to their poetry. A E Dyson is an Honorary Fellow of the University of East Anglia.

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