The Course of English Surrealist Poetry Since the 1930s
Edwin Mellen Press, 1989 - 325 Seiten
This study proposes that there has been a revival of surrealist poetry, and traces an uninterrupted thread of development in surrealism throughout 20th-century English poetry.
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