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Author: Donald Stanford
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Title: DLB 20: British Poets, 1914-1945 (Dictionary of Literary Biography) (v. 20)
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Publisher: Gale Research Inc (August 15, 1983)
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DLB 20: British Poets, 1914-1945 (Dictionary of Literary Biography) (v. 20) by Donald Stanford

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Friendship Among Poets. Through Watkins' pursuit of poetry, he began to develop several relationships with his poetic peers of the time, some of the most significant being William Butler Yeats, . Eliot, Philip Larkin, Kathleen Raine, and Dylan Thomas. He and Thomas were in continuous communication regarding their poetry and both held the other in high regard. Stanford, Donald E. 1983. British poets, 1914-1945.

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Treating the cultural giants of the 20th century, this volume traces their reading habits and intellectual development, as well as their contributions to Western culture. The volume is a handy companion to Powell's earlier volume, Biographical Dictionary of Literary Influences: The Nineteenth Century, 1800-1914.

British poetry between 1914 and 1945 is marked by its growing Anglo-American character. This trend began before World War I with the imagist movement, but once the United States entered the war in 1917, Anglo-American cultural relations became increasingly close and friendly. World War I produced an impressive body of verse; the Depression, a decade later, spawned poetry that was more and more engaged with the social and political problems of their time; while World War II failed to stimulate the remarkable body of work brought on by the First World War. Most of the poets of the 1914-1945 period are individualists, some to the point of being called eccentrics-their work is represented in this DLB volume.

41 entries include: W. H. Auden, John Betjeman, Elizabeth Daryush, C. Day Lewis, Roy Fuller, W. S. Graham, Robert Graves, Wilfred Owen, Ruth Pitter, Isaac Rosenberg, Siegfried Sassoon, Dylan Thomas and Vernon Watkins.