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Rhymers' Clublocked

(act. 1890–1895)
  • Jad Adams

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Rhymers' Club (act. 1890–1895), was a gathering of some of the most distinctive poets of the early to mid-1890s who met at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese public house, off Fleet Street, London, to read aloud and criticize each other's work. In their two volumes of verse, and the trajectories of their very different lives, they showed themselves not as a school or a movement but as a representative group of ...

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