James K. Baxter's Recent trends in New Zealand poetry, published in 1951, prompted one reviewer to describe him as 'the profoundest critic we have'. It presented an alternative viewpoint to the nationalism of fellow poet Allen Curnow.
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Reference: James K. Baxter, Recent trends in New Zealand poetry. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1951
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