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Encyclopedia > British poetry

British poetry is poetry written by British poets. It may refer to British literature written in the British Isles, in the United Kingdom, or strictly in Great Britain. it may include poetry written in any of the languages in the United Kingdom.


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British Poetry Revival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1612 words)
The British Poetry Revival is the general name given to a loose poetic movement in Britain that took place in the 1960s and 1970s.
Although these poets had effectively been written out of official histories of 20th century British poetry, by the beginning of the 1960s a number of younger poets were starting to explore poetic possibilities that the older writers had opened up.
Griffiths writes a poetry of dazzling surface and deep political commitment that incorporates such matter as his professional knowledge of Anglo-Saxon and his years as a Hell's Angel.
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