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  • A Book of Prose SelectionsA Book of Prose Selections Quick View
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    • A Book of Prose Selections

    • £12.00
    • John Masefield the then Poet Laureate makes his final selection of what he considers is the best of his work in prose. He has, as he admits, made a similar selection before, but it was done many years ago and his likes and dislikes, the general trend of his taste…
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  • A Generation RisenA Generation Risen Quick View
    • A Generation RisenA Generation Risen Quick View
    • A Generation Risen

    • £15.00
    • 24 poems by Masefield and 43 of Edward Seago's atmospheric b/w paintings and drawings of the people and places at the sharp end of World War II - soldiers, sailors, and airmen, land-girls and technicians, drawn at work or rest.
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  • A Mainsail HaulA Mainsail Haul Quick View
  • A Sailor’s GarlandA Sailor’s Garland Quick View
  • All for Love or The World Well LostAll for Love or The World Well Lost Quick View
    • All for Love or The World Well LostAll for Love or The World Well Lost Quick View
    • All for Love or The World Well Lost

    • £150.00
    • A beautifully produced edition of Dryden's reworking of the Antony & Cleopatra. Decorations at the beginning of each act by Eliot Hodgkin and the decoration for the preface by Edward le Bas. Title page notes "written in imitation of Shakespeare's stile." Epistle dedicatory to the Earl of Danby, preface, list…
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  • Ballads and PoemsBallads and Poems Quick View
  • Birthday LettersBirthday Letters Quick View
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    • Birthday Letters

    • £15.00
    • Ted Hughes's Birthday Letters are addressed, with just two exceptions, to Sylvia Plath, the American poet to whom he was married. They were written over a period of more than twenty-five years, the first a few years after her suicide in 1963, and represent Ted Hughes's only account of his…
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  • Captain Margaret, a romanceCaptain Margaret, a romance Quick View
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    • Captain Margaret, a romance

    • £35.00
    • For most of the book the five main characters are shut together in the confined space of the cabin quarters on a 500 ton ship, The Broken Heart, sailing from Salcombe to Virginia and then on to the Spanish Main. They are Captain Margaret, a practical idealist with a commission…
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  • Church PoemsChurch Poems Quick View
    • Church PoemsChurch Poems Quick View
    • Church Poems

    • £25.00
    • This volume gathers together all of Betjeman's "Church poems," as well as some new poems and others previously been out of print. John Betjeman enlarges any scene, not only into his own personal significances, but into those of us all, and never more so than in his Anglican explorations. In…
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  • Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis)Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis) Quick View
    • Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis)Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis) Quick View
    • Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis)

    • £12.00
    • C. Day-Lewis, was an Anglo-Irish poet and Poet Laureate from 1968 until his death in 1972. He wrote mystery stories under the pseudonym of Nicholas Blake. He was also the father of celebrated actor Sir Daniel Day-Lewis.
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  • Demeter and other poemsDemeter and other poems Quick View
  • Difficulties of a BridegroomDifficulties of a Bridegroom Quick View
    • Difficulties of a BridegroomDifficulties of a Bridegroom Quick View
    • Difficulties of a Bridegroom

    • £25.00
    • A collection of stories by the the great poet including others the fable "O'Kelly's Angel," about a man who captures and cages an angel, and "The Wound," about an episode in World War II. Why it has to say 'Poet Laureate of England' (rather than UK) on the cover, though,…
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  • End and Beginning (SIGNED)End and Beginning (SIGNED) Quick View
  • GallipoliGallipoli Quick View
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    • Gallipoli

    • £25.00
    • After returning home Masefield was invited to the United States on a three-month lecture tour. Although his primary purpose was to lecture on English literature, he also intended to collect information on the mood and views of Americans regarding the war in Europe. When he returned to England he submitted…
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  • Good Friday – a play in verseGood Friday – a play in verse Quick View
    • Good Friday – a play in verseGood Friday – a play in verse Quick View
    • Good Friday – a play in verse

    • £45.00
    • Masefield wrote a number of poetic dramas on Christian themes (of which Good Friday was the first); but to his amazement, he encountered a ban on the performance of plays on biblical subjects that went back to the Reformation and had been revived a generation earlier to prevent production of…
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  • A Book of Prose SelectionsA Book of Prose Selections Quick View
    • A Book of Prose SelectionsA Book of Prose Selections Quick View
    • A Book of Prose Selections

    • £12.00
    • John Masefield the then Poet Laureate makes his final selection of what he considers is the best of his work in prose. He has, as he admits, made a similar selection before, but it was done many years ago and his likes and dislikes, the general trend of his taste…
    • Add to basket
  • A Generation RisenA Generation Risen Quick View
    • A Generation RisenA Generation Risen Quick View
    • A Generation Risen

    • £15.00
    • 24 poems by Masefield and 43 of Edward Seago's atmospheric b/w paintings and drawings of the people and places at the sharp end of World War II - soldiers, sailors, and airmen, land-girls and technicians, drawn at work or rest.
    • Add to basket
  • A Mainsail HaulA Mainsail Haul Quick View
  • A Sailor’s GarlandA Sailor’s Garland Quick View
  • All for Love or The World Well LostAll for Love or The World Well Lost Quick View
    • All for Love or The World Well LostAll for Love or The World Well Lost Quick View
    • All for Love or The World Well Lost

    • £150.00
    • A beautifully produced edition of Dryden's reworking of the Antony & Cleopatra. Decorations at the beginning of each act by Eliot Hodgkin and the decoration for the preface by Edward le Bas. Title page notes "written in imitation of Shakespeare's stile." Epistle dedicatory to the Earl of Danby, preface, list…
    • Add to basket
  • Ballads and PoemsBallads and Poems Quick View
  • Birthday LettersBirthday Letters Quick View
    • Birthday LettersBirthday Letters Quick View
    • Birthday Letters

    • £15.00
    • Ted Hughes's Birthday Letters are addressed, with just two exceptions, to Sylvia Plath, the American poet to whom he was married. They were written over a period of more than twenty-five years, the first a few years after her suicide in 1963, and represent Ted Hughes's only account of his…
    • Add to basket
  • Captain Margaret, a romanceCaptain Margaret, a romance Quick View
    • Captain Margaret, a romanceCaptain Margaret, a romance Quick View
    • Captain Margaret, a romance

    • £35.00
    • For most of the book the five main characters are shut together in the confined space of the cabin quarters on a 500 ton ship, The Broken Heart, sailing from Salcombe to Virginia and then on to the Spanish Main. They are Captain Margaret, a practical idealist with a commission…
    • Add to basket
  • Church PoemsChurch Poems Quick View
    • Church PoemsChurch Poems Quick View
    • Church Poems

    • £25.00
    • This volume gathers together all of Betjeman's "Church poems," as well as some new poems and others previously been out of print. John Betjeman enlarges any scene, not only into his own personal significances, but into those of us all, and never more so than in his Anglican explorations. In…
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  • Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis)Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis) Quick View
    • Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis)Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis) Quick View
    • Collected Poems 1954 (Day Lewis)

    • £12.00
    • C. Day-Lewis, was an Anglo-Irish poet and Poet Laureate from 1968 until his death in 1972. He wrote mystery stories under the pseudonym of Nicholas Blake. He was also the father of celebrated actor Sir Daniel Day-Lewis.
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  • Demeter and other poemsDemeter and other poems Quick View
  • Difficulties of a BridegroomDifficulties of a Bridegroom Quick View
    • Difficulties of a BridegroomDifficulties of a Bridegroom Quick View
    • Difficulties of a Bridegroom

    • £25.00
    • A collection of stories by the the great poet including others the fable "O'Kelly's Angel," about a man who captures and cages an angel, and "The Wound," about an episode in World War II. Why it has to say 'Poet Laureate of England' (rather than UK) on the cover, though,…
    • Add to basket
  • End and Beginning (SIGNED)End and Beginning (SIGNED) Quick View
  • GallipoliGallipoli Quick View
    • GallipoliGallipoli Quick View
    • Gallipoli

    • £25.00
    • After returning home Masefield was invited to the United States on a three-month lecture tour. Although his primary purpose was to lecture on English literature, he also intended to collect information on the mood and views of Americans regarding the war in Europe. When he returned to England he submitted…
    • Add to basket
  • Good Friday – a play in verseGood Friday – a play in verse Quick View
    • Good Friday – a play in verseGood Friday – a play in verse Quick View
    • Good Friday – a play in verse

    • £45.00
    • Masefield wrote a number of poetic dramas on Christian themes (of which Good Friday was the first); but to his amazement, he encountered a ban on the performance of plays on biblical subjects that went back to the Reformation and had been revived a generation earlier to prevent production of…
    • Add to basket
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