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The Faber Poetry Library contains the works of 50 poets comprising 140 volumes of poetry. The authors are all part of the Faber Poetry list and the database enjoys the active support of the publisher and the poets or their estates. The full details of the volumes included in the collection are given in the bibliography. Authors covered include Simon Armitage, Rupert Brooke, Wendy Cope, T. S. Eliot, Lavinia Greenlaw, Thom Gunn, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes, David Jones, Louis MacNeice, Andrew Motion, Paul Muldoon, Tom Paulin, Sylvia Plath, Siegfried Sassoon, Stephen Spender and Edward Thomas.

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Founded in 1929 in London, Faber & Faber is one of the world's great publishing houses. Their list of authors includes thirteen Nobel Laureates and six Booker Prize-winners. They publish the foremost voices in fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and drama, with writers including T. S. Eliot, Ted Hughes, Harold Pinter, Sylvia Plath, William Golding, Samuel Beckett, Seamus Heaney and Kazuo Ishiguro.

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Included Authors

Akhmatova, Anna Andreevna

 Allen, Fergus

 Baudelaire, Charles

 Boyle, Charles

 Cope, Wendy

 Douglas, Keith Castellain

 Dunn, Douglas

 Eliot, T. S.

 Francis, Matthew

 Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von

 Graham, W. S.

 Greenlaw, Lavinia

 Gunn, Thom

 Hamilton, Ian

 Heaney, Seamus

 Heine, Heinrich

 Hofmann, Michael


 Hughes, Ted

 Huws, Daniel

 Jones, David Michael

 Joyce, James

 Lehmann, Geoffrey

 Logue, Christopher

 Motion, Andrew

 Muir, Edwin

 Muldoon, Paul

 Orsman, Chris

 Paterson, Don-

 Paulin, Tom

 Pierpoint, Katherine

 Plath, Sylvia

 Reid, Christopher

 Reynolds, Oliver

 Rilke, Rainer Maria

 Rimbaud, Arthur

 Riordan, Maurice

 Sassoon, Siegfried

 Smart, Harry

 Spender, Stephen

 Thomas, Edward

 Turner, Martin

 Wicks, Susan

 Williams, Hugo

 Witheford, Hubert