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Penguin Modern Poets 1: Lawrence Durrell, Elizabeth Jennings, R.S. Thomas by Lawrence Durrell1
Penguin Modern Poets 2: Kingsley Amis, Dom Moraes, Peter Porter by Kingsley Amis2
Penguin Modern Poets 3: George Barker, Martin Bell, Charles Causley by George Barker3
Penguin Modern Poets 4: David Holbrook, Christopher Middleton, David Wevill by David Holbrook4
Penguin Modern Poets 5: Gregory Corso, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg by Gregory Corso5
Penguin Modern Poets 6: Jack Clemo, Edward Lucie-Smith, George MacBeth by Jack Clemo6
Penguin Modern Poets 7: Richard Murphy, Jon Silkin, Nathaniel Tarn by Richard Murphy7
Penguin Modern Poets 8: Edwin Brock, Geoffrey Hill, Stevie Smith by Edwin Brock8
Penguin Modern Poets 9: Denise Levertov, Kenneth Rexroth, William Carlos Williams by Denise Levertov9
Penguin Modern Poets 10: The Mersey Sound: Adrian Henri, Roger McGough, Brian Patten by Adrian Henri10
Penguin Modern Poets 11: D. M. Black, Peter Redgrove, D. M. Thomas by D. M. Black11
Penguin Modern Poets 12: Alan Jackson, Jeff Nuttall, William Wantling by Alan Jackson12
Penguin Modern Poets 13: Charles Bukowski, Philip Lamantia, Harold Norse by Charles Bukowski13
Penguin Modern Poets 14: Alan Brownjohn, Michael Hamburger, Charles Tomlinson by Alan Brownjohn14
Penguin Modern Poets 15: Alan Bold, Edward Brathwaite, Edwin Morgan by Alan Bold15
Penguin Modern Poets 16: Jack Beeching, Harry Guest, Matthew Mead by Jack Beeching16
Penguin Modern Poets 17: David Gascoyne, W.S. Graham, Kathleen Raine by David Gascoyne17
Penguin Modern Poets 18: A. Alvarez, Roy Fuller, Anthony Thwaite by A. Alvarez18
Penguin Modern Poets 19: John Ashbery, Lee Harwood, Tom Raworth by John Ashbery19
Penguin Modern Poets 20: John Heath-Stubbs, F. T. Prince, Stephen Spender by John Heath-Stubbs20
Penguin Modern Poets 21: Iain Crichton Smith, Norman MacCaig, George Mackay Brown by Iain Crichton Smith21
Penguin Modern Poets 22: John Fuller, Peter Levi, Adrian Mitchell by John Fuller22
Penguin Modern Poets 23: Geoffrey Grigson, Edwin Muir, Adrian Stokes by Geoffrey Grigson23
Penguin Modern Poets 24: Kenward Elmslie, Kenneth Koch, James Schuyler by Kenward Elmslie24
Penguin Modern Poets 25: Gavin Ewart, Zulfikar Ghose, B. S. Johnson by Gavin Ewart25
Penguin Modern Poets 26: Dannie Abse, D.J. Enright, Michael Longley by Dannie Abse26
Penguin Modern Poets 27: John Ormond, Emyr Humphreys, John Tripp by John Ormond27

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This series covers the original 27 volumes published by Penguin between 1962 and 1979. The second series of Penguin Modern Poets, published during the 1990s, is to be found on the 'Penguin Modern Poets, New Series' page.

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