8 edition of The Fire Box - Poetry in Britain and Ireland After 1945 found in the catalog.
December 1, 1998 by Picador (UK) .
Written in English
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This is the first major anthology published which surveys poetry from Britain and Ireland published in the half-century since the Second World War. The poets run from Edwin Muir (b) to Kate Clanchy (b), and include the American-born T.S.
Eliot and Sylvia Plath The Fire Box - Poetry in Britain and Ireland After 1945 book the Australian-born Peter Porter, but all the poems were written after /5(2). Her work has also been included in several contemporary poetry anthologies including Penguin Modern Poets 2 () (with Carol Ann Duffy and Eavan Boland), After Ovid (), an anthology of several translations of Ovid's Metamorphoses, and The Penguin Book of Poetry from Britain and Ireland since ().
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