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This article is taken from PN Review 10, Volume 6 Number 2, November - December 1979.

UNA ALLIS has lectured at the University of Zululand and is now a research student at the University of Manchester.

STEPHEN BANN lectures in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Kent. He has published several articles on historiography and historical representation in the nineteenth century, and is helping to compile a collection entitled 'Rhetoric and History' for the yearbook Comparative Criticism.

SIMON CURTIS has published On the Abthorpe Road (poems, Davis Poynter, 1975) and Mrs Paine (North West Arts, 1978).

DICK DAVIS's first book of poems, In the Distance, was published by Anvil in 1975. Anvil will publish a second collection of Davis's work next year. He is currently writing a book on Yvor Winters.

JEAN EARLE is English but has lived mostly in Wales. She has written short stories and articles, and for radio, emerging after a long fallow period into poetry. Her first collection will be published by Carcanet in 1980.

ALISTAIR ELLIOT works in Newcastle University Library. His first collection was Contentions (Ceolfrith Press, 1977), and his work appeared in Ten English Poets (Carcanet, 1976). His translations include Verlaine's Femmes and Hombres (Anvil, 1979) and Heine's Lazarus Poems (MidNAG/Carcanet, 1979), both as parallel-text editions, and plays by Euripides and Aristophanes.

W. S. GRAHAM's most recent collection is Implements In Their Places (Faber, 1977). Collected Poems (Faber) is due out in November.

JOHN HAFFENDEN, Lecturer in English at the University of Sheffield, recently ...

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