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Apocalypse : an anthology

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Apocalypse : an anthology / edited by James Keery.
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Manchester : Carcanet, 2020.

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  • Machine generated contents note: John Masefield [1878 -- 1967] -- C.L.M. [1910; Poems, Heinemann, 1946] -- Neville Chamberlain [The Times, 16 September 1938] -- Blanaid Salkeld [1880 -- 1959] -- Radio Train [Experiment in Error, Hand and Flower Press, 1955] -- Equity [Experiment in Error, Hand and Flower Press, 1955] -- Mina Loy [1882 -- 1966] -- Aviators' Eyes [1940; The Last Lunar Baedeker, Carcanet, 1985] -- Andrew Young [1885 -- 1971] -- Reflections on the River [1939; The Poetical Works, Seeker & Warburg, 1985] -- H.D. [1886 -- 1961] -- From R.A.F. [1941; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1983] -- Frances Cornford [1886 -- 1960] -- Soldiers on the Platform [Travelling Home, Cresset Press, 1948] -- Daybreak [Collected Poems, Cresset Press, 1954] -- Edward Thompson [1886 -- 1946] -- In Patmos: I [New Recessional, Seeker & Warburg, 1942] -- Edith Sitwell [1887 -- 1964] -- Still Falls the Rain [1940; Collected Poems, Macmillan, 1957] -- Elizabeth Daryush [1887-1997] -- Invalid Dawn [c 1930; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1976] -- Dorothy Wellesley [1889 -- 1956] -- Mother [1939; Early Light: Collected Poems, Hart-Davis, 1955] -- Hugh Macdiarmid [1892 -- 1978] -- From On a Raised Beach: To James H. Whyte [1934; The Complete Poems: Vol. I, Penguin, 1985] -- From In Memoriam James Joyce [1939; In Memoriam James Joyce, MacLellan, 1955] -- Perfect [1939; The Complete Poems: Vol. I, Penguin, 1985] -- Sylvia Townsend Warner [1893 -- 1978] -- Recognition [1941; New Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2008] -- Twelve Poems in the Manner of Bewick: VII [c 1942; New Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2008] -- Not terror [1970; New Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2008] -- I.A. Richards [1893 -- 1979] -- The Strayed Poet: Ludwig Wittgenstein [1960; Internal Colloquies, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1972] -- Herbert Read [1853-1968] -- 1945 [Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 1946] -- John Rodker [1894 -- 1955] -- The Searchlight [1914; Poems and Adolphe, Carcanet, 1996] -- David Jones [1895 -- 1974] -- Prothalamion: for M. & H. [1940; Wedding Poems, Enitharmon, 2002] -- Lilian Bowes Lyon [1895 -- 1949] -- Daybreak [Collected Poems, Cape, 1948] -- Robert Graves [1895 -- 1985] -- Through Nightmare [1944; Collected Poems, Cassell, 1975] -- Surgical Ward: Men [1960; Collected Poems, Cassell, 1975] -- Gamel Woolsey [1895 -- 1968] -- The Story Being Ended [Poetry London No. 23, Winter 1951] -- Edmund Blunden [1896 -- 1974] -- Exorcised [TLS, 8 October 1938] -- William Jeffrey [1896 -- 1946] -- Stones [Selected Poems, Serif Books, 1951] -- Ruth Pitter [1897 -- 1992] -- The Bridge [c 1940; The Bridge: Poems 1939 -- 1944, Cresset Press, 1945] -- William Soutar [1898 -- 1943] -- Destruction [1940; Poems of William Soutar, Scottish Academic Press, 1988] -- Antonia White [1899 -- 1980] -- Epitaph [1936; New Road 1944, Grey Walls Press, 1944] -- Frances Bellerby [1899 -- 1975] -- A Clear Shell [New Poems 1953, PEN, 1953] -- Charles Wrey Gardiner [1901 -- 1981] -- Out of the Window [The Gates of Silence, Grey Walls Press, 1944] -- Madge Hales [1901 -- 1985] -- The Word [Pine Silence, Fortune Press, 1949] -- Roy Campbell [1902 -- 1957] -- Luis de Camoes [The Collected Poems of Roy Camphell, The Bodley Head, 1949] -- Adrian Stokes [1902 -- 1972] -- Kouros Statue [The Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1981] -- Patrick Macdonogh [1902 -- 1961] -- From Escape to Love: VI [One Landscape Still, Seeker & Warburg, 1958] -- Robert Herring [1903 -- 1975] -- Crystal Palace [Time and Tide, 15 December 1936] -- Joseph Macleod [Àdam Drinan'][1903 -- 1984] -- The Men of the Rocks: XV [1942; Cyclical Serial Zeniths from the Flux: Selected Poems, Waterloo Press, 2009] -- Rhoda Coghill [1903 -- 2000] -- From To His Ghost, Seen After Delirium [1941; T -- The Bright Hillside, Hodges, Figgis, 1948] -- Patrick Kavanagh [1904 -- 1967] -- Shancoduff [1937; Collected Poems, Penguin, 2004] -- From The Great Hunger [1942; Collected Poems, Penguin, 2004] -- On Raglan Road (Air: The Dawning of the Day) [1946; Collected Poems, Penguin, 2004] -- Epic [1951; Collected Poems, Penguin, 2004] -- Glyn Jones [1905 -- 1995] -- Esyllt Ferch Brychan [1933; The Collected Poems, University of Wales Press, 1996] -- Sande [1939; The Collected Poems, University of Wales Press, 1996] -- Night [1939; The Collected Poems, University of Wales Press, 1996] -- Kathleen Nott [1905 -- 1999] -- Taormina [Creatures and Emblems, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1960] -- Leonard Clark [1905 -- 1981] -- From Passage to the Pole [Passage to tie Pole, Fortune Press, 1944] -- From Ultima Thule [English Morning, Hutchinson, 1953] -- N.K. Cruickshank [Born C 1905] -- All Through That Year [1942; In the Towers Shadow, Oxford University Press, 1948] -- Enemy Action [1943; In the Tower's Shadow, Oxford University Press, 1948] -- Norman Cameron [1905 -- 1953] -- Shepherdess [1933; Collected Poems and Selected Translations, Anvil Press, 1990] -- Ethna Maccarthy [1905 -- 1959] -- Insomnia [New Irish Poets, Devin-Adair, 1948] -- Vernon Watkins [1906-1967] -- The Collier [1941; The Collected Poems, Golgonooza, 1986] -- Portrait of a Friend [1941; The Collected Poems, Golgonooza, 1986] -- From The Ballad of the Mari Lwyd [1941; The Collected Poems, Golgonooza, 1986] -- The Keen Shy Flame [1941; The Collected Poems, Golgonooza, 1986] -- William Empson [1906 -- 1984] -- Note on Local Flora [1930; The Complete Poems, Penguin, 2000] -- Bacchus [1933; The Complete Poems, Penguin, 2000] -- Ithell Colquhoun [1906 -- 1988] -- The Wax Image [Springtime, Peter Owen, 1953] -- Amulet [Springtime, Peter Owen, 1953] -- John Knight [1906 -- 1975] -- Other Causes of Love: 1 [1969; Edges of Fact, Stonemark Press, 1977] -- Sheila Wingfield [1906 -- 1992] -- Four Men's Desire [1949; A Kite's Dinner: Poems 1938 -- 1954, Cresset Press, 1954] -- On Looking Down a Street [1949; A Kite's Dinner: Poems 1938-1954, Cresset Press, 1954] -- Valentine Ackland [1906 -- 1969] -- Poet [1933; Journey from Winter: Selected Poems, Carcanet, 2008] -- Dedication Set Over a Crater, 1941 [Journey from Winter: Selected Poems, Carcanet, 2008] -- Louis Macneice [1907 -- 1963] -- Prayer Before Birth [1944; Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 1966] -- John Hewitt [1907 -- 1987] -- From The Colony [1953; The Collected Poems, Blackstaff Press, 1991] -- E.J. Scovell [1907 -- 1999] -- At Night [Shadows of Chrysanthemums, Routledge, 1944] -- From The First Year [Shadows of Chrysanthemums, Routledge, 1944] -- Christopher Fry [1907 -- 2005] -- Pain is low against the ground [1939; The Boy with a Cart, Frederick Muller, 1945] -- The world is all with Charon, all, all [A Phoenix Too Frequent, Hollis and Carter, 1946] -- Freda Laughton [1907 -- 1995] -- The Evacuees [1945; Shadows of War: British Women's Poetry of the Second World War, Sutton Publishing, 1999] -- Denis Devlin [1908 -- 1959] -- Lough Derg [1946; Collected Poems of Denis Devlin, Tht Dedalus Press, 1989] -- Silvia Dobson [1908 -- 1994] -- Prophecy [Appointment with Seven, Fortune Press, 1947] -- Threshold [Appointment with Seven, Fortune Press, 1947] -- Hubert Nicholson [1908 -- 1996] -- War Factory [New Lyrical Ballads, Editions Poetry London, 1945] -- Kathleen Raine [1908 -- 2003] -- Invocation [Stone and Flower, Editions Poetry London, 1943] -- Robert Garioch [1909 -- 1987] -- During a Music Festival [Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1977] -- James Reeves [1909 -- 1978] -- To Norman Cameron 1905 -- 1953 [1956; Collected Poems 1929 -- 1974 Heinemann, 1974] -- Bernard Spencer [1909 -- 1963] -- Out of Sleep [1947; Complete Poetry, Bloodaxe, 2011] -- Lynette Roberts [1909 -- 1995] -- Poem from Llanybri [1941; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2005] -- The New Perception of Colour [1941; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2005] -- Lamentation [1944; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2005] -- The Shadow Remains [1944; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2005] -- From Gods with Stainless Ears [1951; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2005] -- Sean Rafferty [1909 -- 1993] -- The old stag crew before the light [1940s; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1995] -- He counted up his ha'pence [1940s; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1995] -- It was a folly of my grief [1940s; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1995] -- You grow like a beanstalk [1940s; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1995] -- The candles yawning and the fire gone out [1970s; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1995] -- Randall Swingler [1909 -- 1967] -- Lazarus or The Walking Dead: 1 [Tie God in the Cave, Fore Publications, 1950] -- John Pudney [1909 -- 1977] -- Envoi: Twelfth Night [Air Force Poetry, The Bodley Head, 1944] -- Nessie Dunsmuir [1909 -- 1999] -- Poem [1946; Nessie Dunsmuir's Ten Poems, Greville Press, 1988] -- Acorn, Mile, Miracle, Tree [1946; Nessie Dunsmuir's Ten Poems, Greville Press, 1988] -- For a Winter Lover [1948; Nessie Dunsmuir's Ten Poems, Greville Press, 1988] -- Malcolm Lowry [1909 -- 1957] -- Success is like some horrible disaster [1945; Collected Poetry, British Columbia University Press, 1992] -- Kingfishers in British Columbia [1940s; Collected Poetry, British Columbia University Press, 1992] -- Stephen Spender [1909 -- 1995] -- From Study for First Ode: Destruction and Resurrection [72.5, 21 November 1942] -- W.R. Rodgers [1909 -- 1969] -- From Epilogue [c 1950; Poems, Gallery Books, 1993] -- Norman Maccaig [1910 -- 1996] -- You enter one by one [The Westminster Magazine, Oglethorpe, Georgia, USA, Autumn 1934] -- The rusty wind wrestles on the quay [Far Cry, Fortune Press, 1943] -- Answering the dry dust and the green-shaded lamp [Far Cry, Routledge, 1943] -- The Golden Branch [The Inward Eye, Routledge, 1946] -- Stone Pillow [1955; Collected Poems, Chatto & Windus, 1985] -- Alan Rook [1910 -- 1990] -- Dunkirk Pier [Soldiers, This Solitude, Routledge, 1942] -- Noel Welch [C 1911 -- 2017]
  • Note continued: The Red Shirt [c 1950; PN Review No. 161, 2005] -- Lazarus [Witness, Outposts Publications, 1963] -- John Jarmain [1911 -- 1944] -- Prisoners of War [1943; The Voice of War: Poems of the Second World War, Michael Joseph, 1995] -- Henry Treece [1911 -- 1966] -- Poem [The New Apocalypse, Fortune Press, 1940] -- Death Mask [38 Poems, Fortune Press, 1940] -- Epilogue [The Haunted Garden, Faber and Faber, 1947] -- Song for an Ending [Artisan No. 2, 1952] -- Paul Potts [1911 -- 1990] -- For My Father [New Lyrical Ballads, Editions Poetry London, 1944] -- Susanne Knowles [1911 -- 1992] -- The Blitz [Poets Now in tie Services No. 1, Favil Press, 1942] -- Diptych: An Annunciation [1974; The Music of What Happens: Poems from The Listener 1965 -- 1980, BBC, 1981] -- Mervyn Peake [1911 -- 1968] -- Had Each a Voice What Would His Fingers Cry [c 1941; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2008] -- Rayner Heppenstall [1911 -- 1981] -- Instead of a Carol [1940; Poems 1933-1945, Seeker & Warburg, 1946] -- Sorley Maclean [1911 -- 1996] -- Ebb [1943; Spring Tide and Neap Tide: Selected Poems 1932 -- 72, Canongate, 1977] -- Death Valley [1943; Spring Tide and Neap Tide: Selected Poems 1932 -- 72, Canongate, 1977] -- Francis Scarfe [1911 -- 1986] -- Progression [1937; Inscapes, Fortune Press, 1940] -- From No Morning [Inscapes, Fortune Press, 1940] -- Sheila Legge [1911 -- 1949] -- From I Have Done My Best For You [Contemporary Poetry and Prose No. 8, 1936] -- Max Chapman [1911 -- 1999] -- Night Fruit [Appointment with Seven, Fortune Press, 1947] -- Robert Payne [1911 -- 1983] -- Dido [Songs, Heinemann, 1948] -- Anne Ridler [1912 -- 2001] -- The Crab [1939; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1994] -- Bunhill Fields [1939; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1994] -- Kirkwall 1942 [1942; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 1994] -- John Singer [C 1912 -- 1950] -- And No Tale Told [Storm and Monument: Second Poems, MacLellan, 1947] -- Ballad [Storm and Monument: Second Poems, MacLellan, 1947] -- J.F. Hendry [1912 -- 1986] -- Apocalypse [The New Apocalypse, Fortune Press, 1940] -- Picasso -- for Guernica [The New Apocalypse, Fortune Press, 1940] -- London Before Invasion, 1940 [The Bombed Happiness, Routledge, 1942] -- Midnight Air-Raid [The Bombed Happiness, Routledge, 1942] -- Churchillian Ode [1940; The Bombed Happiness, Routledge, 1942] -- Lawrence Durrell [1912 -- 1990] -- The Poet [1939; Collected Poems 1931-1974, Faber and Faber, 1980] -- Paris Journal: For David Gascoyne (1939) [Collected Poems 1931-1974, Faber and Faber, 1980] -- Donagh Macdonagh [1912 -- 1968] -- A Parable [The Hungry Grass, Faber and Faber, 1947] -- Sean Jennett [1912 -- 1981] -- Mahoney [1943; The Cloth of Flesh, Faber and Faber, 1945] -- Brenda Chamberlain [1912 -- 1971] -- Dead Ponies [Poetry in Wartime, Faber and Faber, 1942] -- George Woodcock [1912 -- 1995] -- Conscientious Objectors [The Centre Cannot Hold, Routledge, 1943] -- Paul Dehn [1912 -- 1976] -- Armistice [1946; The Fern on the Rock: Collected Poems 1935 -- 1965, Hamish Hamilton, 1965] -- F.T. Prince [1912 -- 2003] -- False Bay [1938; Collected Poems, Anvil Press / The Menard Press, 1979] -- Soldiers Bathing [1943; Soldiers Bathing, Fortune Press, 1954] -- Charles Madge [1912 -- 1996] -- To a Mermaid: I [1938; Of Love, Time and Places: Selected Poems, Anvil Press, 1994] -- Roy Fuller [1912 -- 1991] -- What is Terrible [1942; New and Collected Poems 1934-84, Seeker & Warburg, 1985] -- Elizabeth Smart [1913 -- 1986] -- Song: The Singing Summer Streets [1948; The Collected Poems, Paladin, 1992] -- George Barker [1913 -- 1991] -- From Calamiterror Book I [1937; Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 1987] -- Holy Poems (C.B. in memoriam. June, MCMXXXIX): IV: i [1939; Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 1987] -- To WS. Graham [1947; Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 1987] -- From The True Confession of George Barker [1950; Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 1987] -- R.S. Thomas [1913-2000] -- Maes-yr-Onnen [1948; Collected Poems 1945-1990, Dent, 1993] -- Edward Lowbury [1913 -- 2007] -- August 10th, 1945: The Day After [1945; The Voice of War: Poems of the Second World War, Michael Joseph, 1995] -- Dylan Thomas [1914 -- 1953] -- Before I knocked [1933; The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas: The New Centenary Edition, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 2014] -- The force that through the green fuse [1933; The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas: The New Centenary Edition, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 2014] -- A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London [1933; The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas: The New Centenary Edition, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 2014] -- Ruthven Todd [1914 -- 1978] -- Worm Interviewed [1936; Garland for the Winter Solstice: Selected Poems, Dent, 1961] -- After a Defeat [New Road 1944, Grey Walls Press, 1944] -- Eithne Wilkins [1914 -- 1975] -- From For Those Who Are Alive [For Those Who Are Alive, Fortune Press, 1946] -- Laurie Lee [1914 -- 1997] -- Thisde [The Penguin New Writing No. 28, 1946] -- The Edge of Day [1951; My Many-coated Man, Andre Deutsch, 1955] -- C.H. Sisson [1914 -- 2003] -- A Letter to John Donne [1973; Poems: Selected, Carcanet, 1995] -- Peter Yates [Born 1914] -- The Cube of Now [The Expanding Mirror, Chatto & Windus, 1942] -- The Double Door [The London Magazine Vol. 1 No. 1, 1954] -- Norman Nicholson [1914 -- 1987] -- Now in the Time of This Mortal Life [New Road 1943, Grey Walls Press, 1943] -- Audrey Beecham [1915 -- 1989] -- Exile [The New British Poets, New Directions, 1949] -- G.S. Fraser [1915 -- 1980] -- Crisis [1941; Poems of G.S. Fraser, Leicester University Press, 1981] -- How the Heart Grows Cold: 6 [Salamander: A Miscellany, Allen and Unwin, 1947] -- The Poet on His Birthday [1952; Poems of G.S. Fraser, Leicester University Press, 1981] -- Keidrych Rhys [1915 -- 1987] -- Poem for a Neighbour [1938; The Van Pool: Collected Poems, Poetry Wales Press, 2012] -- Tragic Guilt [1942; The Van Pool: Collected Poems, Poetry Wales Press, 2012] -- Alun Lewis [1915 -- 1944] -- The Sentry [Raiders' Dawn, Allen and Unwin, 1942] -- Easter at Christmas [Raiders' Dawn, Allen and Unwin, 1942] -- Postscript: For Gweno [Raiders' Dawn, Allen and Unwin, 1942] -- Goodbye [1942; Ha! Ha! Among the Trumpets, Allen and Unwin, 1945] -- Emanuel Litvtnoff [1915 -- 2011] -- To T.S. Eliot [1951; Stand Vol. 4 No. 3, 1962] -- Sydney Goodsir Smith [1915 -- 1975] -- Armageddon in Albyn: II: The Mither's Lament [1946; Collected Poems, John Calder, 1975] -- Roland Mathias [1915 -- 2007] -- The Bearers [Break in Harvest, Routledge, 1946] -- Patrick Leigh Fermor [1915 -- 2011] -- From Greek Archipelagoes [The Penguin New Writing No. 37, 1949] -- Francis Berry [1915 -- 2006] -- Farvel [1936; Tie Galloping Centaur: Poems 1933 -- 1951, Methuen, 1952] -- Patrick Anderson [1915 -- 1979] -- Excitement [1947; Search Me: Tie Black Country, and Spain, Chatto & Windus, 1957] -- Dorian Cooke [1916-2005] -- Gethsemane Poem [Poetry London No. 2, April 1939] -- To Wendy [Tie New Apocalypse, Fortune Press, 1940] -- Poem in Memory of Theodora Hendry [Tie Crown and tie Sickle, Staples Press, 1944] -- A Soldier, Dying of Wounds, Speaks to me on May 9th, 1945 [Fugue for Our Time, Fore Publications, 1950] -- From Autumn to Summer Sequence [1950; Autumn to Summer Sequence, Poetical Histories No. 8, 1989] -- David Gascoyne [1916 -- 2001] -- Zero: September, 1939 [1939; Selected Poems, Enitharmon, 1994] -- A Wartime Dawn [1940; Selected Poems, Enitharmon, 1994] -- P.K. Page [1916 -- 2010] -- Death [1937 -- 38; The Hidden Room: Collected Poems, Porcupine's Quill, 1997] -- Earthquake [c 1940s; The Hidden Room: Collected Poems, Porcupine's Quill, 1997] -- From If It Were You [1946; The Hidden Room: Collected Poems, Porcupine's Quill, 1997] -- Thomas Blackburn [1916 -- 1977] -- Hospital for Defectives [The Next Word, Putnam, 1958] -- Philip O'Connor [1916 -- 1998] -- The Baby [The New Apocalypse, Fortune Press, 1940] -- Jack Clemo [1916 -- 1994] -- Clay-Land Moods: I [Poems 1951: The Prize-Winning Entries for the Festival of Britain Competition, Penguin, 1951] -- Epilogue: Priest Out of Bondage [Poems 1951: The Prize-Winning Entries for the Festival of Britain Competition, Penguin, 1951] -- Terence Tiller [1916 -- 1987] -- The word is all: the bell and the wind-bird [1939; The Collected Poems, Eyewear Publishing, 2016] -- The Islanders [1941; The Collected Poems, Eyewear Publishing, 2016] -- Julian Orde [1917 -- 1974] -- The Awaiting Adventure [Poetry Quarterly Vol. 7 No. 2, Summer 1945] -- The Upward Rain [New Road No. 4, Grey Walls Press, 1946] -- The Lonely Company [c 1940s; PN Review No. 2, 1978] -- The Changing Wind [1948; PN Review No. 2, 1978] -- From Conjurors [c 1950; Poetry Nation No. 6, 1976] -- Charles Causley [1917 -- 2003] -- For an Ex-Far East Prisoner of War [1959; Collected Poems, 1951-2000, Pan Macmillan, 2000] -- D.S. Savage [1917 -- 2007] -- Landscape [1937; A Time to Mourn: Poems 1933 -- 1943, Routledge, 1943] -- Confession [1939; A Time to Mourn: Poems 1933 -- 1943, Routledge, 1943] -- Separation [A Time to Mourn: Poems 1933 -- 1943, Routledge, 1943] -- Robert Conquest [1917 -- 2015] -- Guided Missiles Experimental Range [1950; New and Collected Poems, Hutchinson, 1988] -- Nicholas Moore [1918 -- 1986] -- From The Dog's Days (For Priscilla) [Sailing Tomorrow's Seas: An Anthology of New Poems, Fortune Press, 1944] -- Two Acrobats With a Hare [1945; Numbers No. 3, Autumn 1987] -- Citadel of Despised Populations [Angry Penguins, Winter 1945] -- Two Political Poems: 2: The Natural Form [Outposts No. 5, Spring 1946] -- Breath [Lacrimae Rerum, Open Township, 1988] -- W.S.Graham [1918 -- 1986] -- The Narrator [1942; New Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 2004]
  • Note continued: Over the Apparatus of the Spring is Drawn [1942; New Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 2004] -- This Fond Event My Origin Knows Well [1942; New Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 2004] -- Listen. Put on Morning [1945; New Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 2004] -- John Heath-Stubbs [1918 -- 2006] -- Two Men in Armour [1942; Collected Poems, 1943 -- 1987, Carcanet, 1988] -- The Divided Ways: In Memory of Sidney Keyes [1942; Collected Poems, 1943-1987, Carcanet, 1988] -- To the Mermaid at Zennor [1954; Collected Poems, 1943 -- 1987, Carcanet, 1988] -- James Kirkup [1918 -- 2009] -- Love and Apocalypse: for Leo [The Drowned Sailor, Grey Walls Press, 1947] -- A Correct Compassion [A Correct Compassion, Oxford University Press, 1952] -- Derek Stanford [1918 -- 2008] -- Peter [1953; The Traveller Hears the Strange Machine, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1980] -- Maurice Lindsay [1918 -- 2005] -- Earl Magnus Before Haakon on Egilsay [The Enemies of Love: Poems 1941 -- 1945, MacLellan, 1946] -- Muriel Spark [1918 -- 2006] -- No Need for Shouting (for D.S.) {Poetry Quarterly Vol. 13 No. 1, Spring 1951] -- Tom Scott [1919 -- 1995] -- The Bride [1954; The Collected Shorter Poems of Tom Scott, Agenda/Chapman, 1993] -- Peter Wells [1919 -- 2013] -- Lament for Victory [1942; Poems, The One Time Press, 1997] -- Ernest Frost [1919 -- 1986] -- Elegiac Portrait, Italy, 1944 [Poetry Folios No. 7, 1945] -- Maurice James Craig [1919 -- 2011] -- Ballad to a Traditional Refrain [Threshold Vol. 2, Lyric Players Theatre, Belfast, 1958] -- Prunella Clough [1919 -- 1999] -- To the 200-Inch Telescope [Life and Letters No. 59, July 1942] -- East Coast [Life and Letters No. 59, July 1942] -- Eugene Watters [1919 -- 1982] -- From The Week-End of Dermot and Grace [The Week-End of Dermot and Grace, Allen Figgis, 1964] -- Emyr Humphreys [Born I919; Lives In Wales] -- Cowardice [1941; Collected Poems, University of Wales Press, 1999] -- Humble Song [c 1942; Collected Poems, University of Wales Press, 1999] -- Roland Gant [1919 -- 1993] -- The Wedding [Poetry Quarterly Vol. 9 No. 1, Spring 1947] -- John Bayliss [1919 -- 2008] -- Apocalypse and Resurrection [Indications, Grey Walls Press, 1943] -- Hamish Henderson [1919 -- 2002] -- From Opening of an Offensive [1948; Elegies for the Dead in Cyrenaica, Polygon, 2008] -- From Tenth Elegy [1948; Elegies for the Dead in Cyrenaica, Polygon, 2008] -- Patricia Beer [1919 -- 1997] -- Movable Feast [The Loss of the Magyar, Longmans, 1959] -- Alex Comfort [1920 -- 2000] -- Hoc Est Corpus [Lyra: An Anthology of New Lyric, Grey Walls Press, 1942] -- From The Sleeping Princess: A Journey with Figures [Poetry Quarterly Vol. 12 No. 2, Summer 1950] -- Gervase Stewart [1920 -- 1941] -- He Whom I Have Not Seen [Poets of Tomorrow: Second Selection: Cambridge Poetry 1940, The Hogarth Press, 1940] -- John Gallen [C 1920 -- 1947] -- A Little Lyricism on a New Occasion [Lyra: An Anthology of New Lyric, Grey Walls Press, 1942] -- David Wright [1920 -- 1994] -- By Jordan and the Water [1943; Poems, Editions Poetry London, 1949] -- Five South African Poems: I [Poetry Quarterly Vol. 11 No. 3, Autumn 1949] -- Canons Ashby [Poetry London No. 19, August 1950] -- On the Death of an Emperor Penguin in Regent's Park [New Poems 1952, Michael Joseph, 1952] -- Robert Greacen [1920 -- 2008] -- The Glorious Twelfth (12 July, 1943) [The Undying Day, Falcon Press, 1948] -- Leslie Phillips [Born C 1920] -- Submarine Victims [1942; I Burn for England: An Anthology of the Poetry of World War II, Leslie Frewin, 1966] -- Barbara Norman [1920-1972] -- Lament [Life and Letters No. 129, May 1948] -- Keith Douglas [1920 -- 1944] -- Canoe [1940; The Complete Poems, Oxford University Press, 1979] -- How to Kill [1943; The Complete Poems, Oxford University Press, 1979] -- On a Return from Egypt [1944; The Complete Poems, Oxford University Press, 1979] -- Edwin Morgan [1920 -- 2010] -- The Sleights of Darkness [Poetry London No. 18, May 1950] -- From Stanzas of the Jeopardy [1952; Poems of Thirty Years, Carcanet, 1982] -- J.C. Hall [1920 -- 2011] -- Journey to London [1941; Long Shadows: Poems 1938 -- 2002, Shoestring Press, 2003] -- Frank Thompson [1920 -- 1944] -- Day's Journey [1941; There is a Spirit in Europe: A Memoir of Frank Thompson, Theodosia Thompson and E.P. Thompson, Gollancz, 1947] -- De Amicitia [There is a Spirit in Europe: A Memoir of Frank Thompson, Theodosia Thompson and E.P. Thompson, 1947] -- Ian Fletcher [1920 -- 1988] -- For My Cousin Lorna, God Keep Her [1944; Collected Poems, Shoestring Press, 1998] -- John Holloway [1920 -- 1999] -- From Line and Colour [The Landfallers, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1962] -- Roy Mcfadden [1921 -- 1999] -- For Retired Rebels [Poetry Quarterly Vol. 4 No. 3, Autumn 1942] -- Olivia Fitzroy [1921 -- 1969] -- Fleet Fighter [1944; Chaos of the Night: Women's Poetry & Verse of the Second World War, Virago, 1984] -- Louis Adeane [1921 -- 1979] -- For the Lonely [Poetry Folios No. 8, 1945] -- George Mackay Brown [1921 -- 1996] -- The Death of Peter Esson: Tailor, Town Librarian, Free Kirk Elder [1952; The Collected Poems of George Mackay Brown, John Murray, 2005] -- Elegy [1954; The Collected Poems of George Mackay Brown, John Murray, 2005] -- Chapel Between Cornfield and Shore [The Collected Poems of George Mackay Brown, John Murray, 2005] -- T.H. Jones [1921 -- 1965] -- Poem [Poetry Quarterly Vol. 11 No. 2, Summer 1949] -- Michael Ayrton [1921 -- 1975] -- You canting kestrel streaming down the sky [The Testament of Daedalus, Methuen, 1962] -- And so I took the bees from the little box [The Maze Maker, Longmans, 1967] -- Roy Porter [1921 -- 2006] -- From Walk to Departure: IV [1941; World in the Heart, Fortune Press, 1944] -- R.L. Cook [1921 -- 2004] -- To Those Who Build [1949; Within the Tavern Caught, Hand and Flower Press, 1952] -- Drummond Allison [1921 -- 1943] -- Dedication [c 1943; The Poems of Drummond Allison, Whiteknights Press, 1978] -- For a Medical Student, Against Death [c 1943; The Poems of Drummond Allison, Whiteknights Press, 1978] -- Philip Larkin [1922 -- 1985] -- Sonnet [1942; Early Poems and Juvenilia, Faber and Faber, 2005] -- Tan Bancroft [1922 -- 1996] -- Three Poems (For Corinna): III [The Crown and the Sickle, Staples Press, 1944] -- Bridge on the Orne, 1944 [Oxford Poetry 1947, Blackwell, 1947] -- Sidney Keyes [1922 -- 1943] -- Elegy for Mrs Virginia Woolf [1941; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2002] -- All Souls: A Dialogue: II: The Stranger [1941; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2002] -- Glaucus [1941; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2002] -- War Poet [1942; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2002] -- Gloria Komai [Born 1922] -- Initial [Adam International Review, January 1947] -- Kingsley Amis [1922 -- 1995] -- My hymn of doves, echoed upon this earth [Bright November, Fortune Press, 1947] -- Something Was Moaning in the Corner [Bright November, Fortune Press, 1947] -- Elisabeth at Chamboix [Bright November, Fortune Press, 1947] -- Jack Beeching [1922 -- 2001] -- Aspects of Love: XIX [Aspects of Love, Fore Publications, 1950] -- John Waller [1922 -- 1995] -- Nigel [Fortunate Hamlet, Fortune Press, 1941] -- Donald Davie [1922 -- 1995] -- The Mushroom Gatherers: After Mickiewicz [A Winter Talent, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1957] -- Denise Levertov [1923 -- 1997] -- Poem [Poetry Quarterly Vol. 6 No. 1, Spring 1944] -- To the Inviolable Shade [Poetry Quarterly Vol. 6 No. 3, Autumn 1944] -- John Ormond [1923 -- 1990] -- From Sonnets of the Madonna [Life and Letters No. 129, May 1948] -- Francis King [1923 -- 2011] -- The Interval [Rod of Incantation: Poems, Longmans, 1952] -- Peter Hellings [1924 -- 1994] -- From Ceremonies of Bravery: An Exploration of Courage or Variations Upon Valour for the Memory of Fred Riches [Life and Letters No. 101, January 1946] -- Michael Hamburger [1924 -- 2007] -- Flowering Cactus: In Memoriam Jankel Adler [1949; Collected Poems 1941-1983, Carcanet, 1984] -- Epitaph for a Horseman [1954; Collected Poems 1941 -- 1983, Carcanet, 1984] -- William Bell [1924 -- 1948] -- From Bach Improvising at the Organ [Mountains Beneath the Horizon, Faber and Faber, 1950] -- Ian Davie [1924 -- 2000] -- Landing Party [Harvest in Hell, Fortune Press, 1947] -- A Dream [Piers Prodigal, Harvill Press, 1961] -- James Berry [1924 -- 2017] -- The Agony [1970; Fractured Circles, New Beacon Books, 1979] -- Alison Boodson [1925 -- 1993] -- Poem [Poetry London No. 10, February 1945] -- Wilfred Watson [1925 -- 1998] -- Emily Carr [Friday's Child, Faber and Faber, 1955] -- And Should She Ask [Friday's Child, Faber and Faber, 1955] -- Robin Skelton [1925 -- 1997] -- Into Eden: II [Patmos, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1955] -- From Patmos: For Margaret, Barbara and John [Patmos, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1955] -- Jon Silkin [1925 -- 1997] -- Death of a Son (who died in a mental hospital, aged one) [Mavericks: An Anthology, Editions Poetry and Poverty, 1957] -- I.R. Orton [1925 -- 2019] -- Because We Both Have Voices [Springtime, Peter Owen, 1953] -- Christopher Middleton [1926 -- 2015] -- The Giraffe [The Street of the Harp: Seven Poems, Foister and Jagg, 1948] -- Male Torso [1962; Selected Writings, Paladin, 1990] -- Elizabeth Jennings [1926 -- 2001] -- Lazarus [1961; Collected Poems 1953 -- 1985, Carcanet, 1986] -- Ellsworth Mcgranahan Keane [1927 -- 1997] -- Caterpillar [L'Oubli: Poems, privately published, 1950] -- From Fragments and Patterns [Kyk-over-Al No. 22, 1957] -- Charles Tomlinson [1927 -- 2015] -- Poem [Poetry Quarterly Vol. 12 No. 1, Spring 1950] -- The Ballad of Three Dark Angels [Relations and Contraries, Hand and Flower Press, 1951] -- Anthony Cronin [1928 -- 2016] -- Responsibilities [X: A Quarterly Magazine of the Arts Vol. 2 No. 2, August 1961]
  • Note continued: Burns Singer [1928 -- 1964] -- From Magnificat [1952; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2001] -- From The Transparent Prisoner [1953; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2001] -- A Small Grief Has Been Launched [1958; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2001] -- That Autumn Death was talking in the garden [1963; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2001] -- I said I'd meet you on the other side [1963; Collected Poems, Carcanet, 2001] -- Rosemary Tonks [1928-2014] -- Running Away [1959; Bedouin of the London Evening: Collected Poems, Bloodaxe, 2014] -- Patrick Creagh [1930 -- 2012] -- From do not fail [A Row of Pharoahs, Heinemann, 1962] -- Ted Hughes [1930 -- 1998] -- Thrushes [Lupercal, Faber and Faber, 1960] -- Bryan Magee [1930 -- 2019] -- I have inherited a seed within my veins [Crucifixion, Fortune Press, 1954] -- Roy Fisher [1930 -- 2015] -- The Lemon Bride [1954; The Window No. 9, 1956] -- Double Morning [Delta No. 10, August 1956] -- Tony Connor [Born 1930; Lives In The Usa] -- From The Seven Last Poems from the Memoirs of Uncle Harry [1960; The Seven Last Poems from the Memoirs of Uncle Harry, Northern House, 1974] -- Elegy for Alfred Hubbard [With Love Somehow, Oxford University Press, 1962] -- Peter Redgrove [1932 -- 2003] -- Lazarus and the Sea [1953; Sons of My Skin: Selected Poems 1954-1974, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1975] -- Geoffrey Hill [1932 -- 2016] -- Genesis [1952; Collected Poems, Penguin, 1985] -- Sylvia Plath [1932 -- 1963] -- The Dead [c 1954; Collected Poems, Faber and Faber, 1981] -- Daniel Huws [Born 1932; Lives In Wales] -- Sons of Men [Noth, Secker & Warburg, 1972].
Call Number
JFD 21-1387
ISBN
  • 9781784108182
  • 1784108189
LCCN
2020476650
Title
Apocalypse : an anthology / edited by James Keery.
Publisher
Manchester : Carcanet, 2020.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Summary
"This first anthology of Apocalyptic or neoromantic poetry since the 1940s includes over 200 poets, many well known (Dylan Thomas, W.S. Graham, Ted Hughes), and others quite forgotten (Ernest Frost, Paul Potts). Over forty of the poets are women, of whom Edith Sitwell and Lynette Roberts are among the most exuberant. Much of the contents has never previously been anthologised; many poems are reprinted for the first time since the 1940s. The poetry of the Second World War appears in a new context, as do early poems by Philip Larkin, Denise Levertov and Geoffrey Hill. Here, readers can enjoy an overview of the visionary modernist British and Irish poetry of the mid-century, its antecedents and its aftermath."-- Publisher's description.
Chronological Term
1900-1999
Place of Publication
Great Britain England Manchester.
Added Author
Keery, James, 1958- editor.
Carcanet Press (Manchester, England), publisher.
Research Call Number
JFD 21-1387
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