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The Penguin Book of Contemporary British Poetry is a poetry anthology edited by Blake Morrison and Andrew Motion, and published in by Penguin Books. Shortly after its publication, Morrison acknowledged the criticisms made towards the anthology, including that it was "merely 'fashionable'" and the "committee English" of its introduction.
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