Humbert Wolfe, AE (George William Russell), Stephen Crane, & Ralph Hodgson
come to mind.
Get ahold of a copy of "An Anthology of Modern American & British Poetry"
(unabridged version, 40's edition) edited by Louis Untermeyer. (Try your
library). This should give you enough of a taste of these and other poets
for you to know which ones you want to follow up on.
Let us know if you find what you are looking for!
>Subject: [mythsoc] speaking of similar things...
>Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 13:29:38 EDT
>is there such a thing as a poet similar to Gerard Manley Hopkins? I am
>thinking of his use of language, the rolling alliterations and the
>imagery. Although I'd settle for wonderful use of language, alliteration,
>and a certain surrealism.
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