The Group (literature)

The Group (literature)

The Group was an informal group of poets who met in London from the mid 1950s to the mid 1960s. As a poetic movement in Great Britain it is often seen as being the successor to The Movement.

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... Garfitt, Roger, 'The Group in British Poetry since 1960 A Critical Survey, Michael Schmidt, Grevel Lindop editors, Carcanet, 1972, ISBN 0-902145-73-8 ... Press, 2004 Ousby, Ian (editor) Cambridge Paperback Guide to Literaturein English, Cambridge University Press, 1996 Hobsbaum, Philip 'The Redgrove Momentum 1952 – 2003' in The Dark Horse, Summer 2003 ...

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