Michael Sharkey


This brief review of four New Zealand 'road' poets suggests something of a phenomenon of the seventies, a hangover from an earlier 'beat' period, which infused New Zealand poetry with a new sense of mobility and openness that owed a deal to the social and political movements of the time as much as to consciously-d~rived literary models.



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