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Paul Evans (poet)

Paul Evans (1945 – 1991) was an English poet associated with the British Poetry Revival. He is included in the anthology British Poetry since 1945 and the 1969 anthology Children of Albion: Poetry of the Underground in Britain.

His work has been described as similar to that of Lee Harwood, with a dreamy tone and surrealist images. His poems have no definite meaning, but alter each time they are read.[1]


  • February, 1970
  • Prokofiev's Concerto, 1975 OCLC 2186830
  • The Manual for the Perfect Organisation of Tourneys, (Oasis Books, London, 1979)
  • The Sofa Book, 1987. ISBN 0-902771-94-9


  1. ^ Edward Lucie-Smith in British Poetry since 1945

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