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This article is taken from PN Review 12, Volume 6 Number 4, March - April 1980.

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

MICHAEL CAYLEY has published two collections of poetry: Moorings and The Spider's Touch (Carcanet) and has edited a selection of Crashaw's poems for the Fyfield Books Series. He is a civil servant.

PATRICK CREAGH's first collection for almost a decade, The Border Guard's Lament, will be published by Carcanet in the Spring of 1980.

DICK DAVIS's first book of poems, In the Distance, was published by Anvil Press Poetry in 1975. A second collection will be published in 1980. He is currently writing a book on Yvor Winters.

MICHAEL EDWARDS is Reader in Literature at the University of Essex and joint editor of the review Prospice. His published work includes To Kindle the Starling, Where, The Ballad of Mobb Conroy (poetry) and Eliot/Language (an essay).

DAVID GASCOYNE's Collected Poems were published in 1965 and his Collected Verse Translations in 1970 by Oxford University Press.

HENRY GIFFORD's Pasternak: A Critical Study appeared in 1977. He is now writing a book on modern Russian poetry and poetics. He is Emeritus Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Bristol.

MICHAEL HAMBURGER's most recent collection of poems, Real Estate, was published by Carcanet in 1977, as was his anthology German Poetry 1910-1975.

JEREMY HOOKER is Lecturer in English at the University College of Wales. His most ...


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