The Collected Poems of A. E. Housemanby Alfred Edward Housman
Housman's melodic and memorable poems have been popular for over a century. He writes typically of lost love, of the brevity of happiness, of young soldiers doomed to die. Housman speaks with two voices: the smooth texts conceal a dark sub-text. This tormented and secretive man wrote poems alive with indirect self-disclosure.
Condition and Notes
Very Good: Unread; very slight page browning; otherwise like new.
Paperback, 192 pages, 132g
Wordsworth Editions, 1984
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