Poetry Kaleidoscope: Guide to Poetry

Groups and Movements

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This is a list of poetry groups and movements that have pages in Wikipedia.

NB: The validity of any grouping is in no sense warranted by the way it is talked about in secondary sources. And some groups (notably surrealism) may not only be important outside poetry, but even become better known for something else, rightly or wrongly.

  • Absurdism (not just poetry)
  • Aestheticism (not just poetry)
  • Afrisecal movement (not just poetry)
  • The Beats (not just poetry)
  • Black Mountain poets
  • British Poetry Revival
  • Canadian Poetry Association
  • Cairo poets
  • Cavalier poet
  • Churchyard poets
  • Confederation poets (Canada)
  • Confessionalists
  • Cyclic Poets
  • Dadaism (not just poetry)
  • Deep image
  • Della Cruscans
  • Dymock poets
  • The poets of Elan
  • free academy
  • Fugitives (not just poetry)
  • Generation of '27
  • Georgekreis
  • Georgian poets
  • Goliard
  • The Group
  • Harlem Renaissance (not just poetry)
  • Harvard Aesthetes
  • Imagism
  • Kimo
  • Lake Poets
  • Language poets
  • League of Canadian Poets
  • Leopartitude (not just poetry)
  • Metaphysical poets
  • Misty Poets
  • Modernist poetry
  • The Movement
  • Negritude (not just poetry)
  • New Apocalyptics
  • New Black Poets
  • New Formalism
  • New York School (not just poetry)
  • The Nineties Poets of Jordan
  • Objectivists
  • Parnassian poets
  • La Pléiade
  • Precious Moments Poetry
  • Rhymer's Club
  • Scottish Renaissance (not just poetry)
  • Sicilian School (courtly love in medieval Sicily)
  • Sons of Ben
  • Southern Agrarians (not just poetry)
  • Spasmodic poets
  • Surrealism (not just poetry), list of surrealist poets
  • Symbolism (not just poetry), Symbolist Poets
  • Uranian poetry

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