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Year's poetry. London: John Lane at the Bodley Head, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Denys Kilham Roberts; Geoffrey Grigson.

The year's poetry, by Denys Kilham. Roberts,Lane edition, in English. William Carlos Williams, The Complete Collected Poems of William Carlos Williams,New Directions Other in English [ edit ] Austin Clarke, Night and Morning, Irish poet published in Ireland.

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