New Collected Poems

David Gascoyne was a vital and unique voice in twentieth-century poetry, the only English writer among the first generation of surrealists. A companion of Eluard, Breton and Ernst, Gascoyne's is an authentic poetry of presence. Out of print for far too long, this New Collected Poems adds to the earlier Oxford University Press edition a selection of 'Drafts, Poems in Facsimile and Typescripts', several previously uncollected poems, and a helpful Introduction by Roger Scott.

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