A. E. Housman
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- English poet (1859-1936)
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by Robert R. Watson
Work Author:A. E. Housman A. E. Housman masterfully uses irony in this short poem, which may have been inspired by a German press report calling British professional soldiers "mercenaries," as opposed to soldiers conscripted or ...
by Robert W. Hamblin, Charles A. Peek
and more obliquely to poem IX, Last Poems (see Meriwether, "A. E. Housman"). The speaker of Housman's most famous poem, "To an Athlete Dying Young," is a representative of the community or town comparable to some narrator-elegists in ...
by Ward W. Briggs, American Philological Association
A. E. Housman (1859-1936) , as often, minced no words: "American scholars are mere grammarians and collectors ...
by George Haggerty
A. E. Housman. Bridgend, UJL: Seren, 1992 See also Elegaic Poetry; English Literature; Friendship; Love Poetry, the ...
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