Broken Homes

Three Kindertransport Poets

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  • 1 University of Tampere p.j.lawson@open.ac.uk
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The Holocaust has exerted a substantial influence on twentieth-century and contemporary English poetry. One has only to consider Shoah-related work by the likes of Geoffrey Hill, Ted Hughes and Tony Harrison to recognise this cultural fact. Further, Jewish poets writing in English have spoken out as especially affected by this European tragedy.

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