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About the Author: A.E. Housman

Alfred Edward A.E Housman was a noted classical scholar and a poet To the wider public he is best known for his poem A Shropshire Lad 1896 , while to his fellow classicists it is his critical editing of Manilius that has earned him enduring fame.Housman was born on March 26, 1859 in Fockbury, Worcestershire, England, the eldest of seven children A gifted student Housman won a scholarship t

10 thoughts on “More Poems

  1. says:

    i only gave it 1 star because i was crying in my room for like 3 hours over itedit gave it 4 stars

  2. says:

    4.1k words, 49 poems fulltext available at Wikilivres but unfortunately their version is riddled with typos A posthumous collection of A.E Housman s poems The tone is conceptual than A Shropshire Lad, with much heavier classical Christian influence, and not so much emphasis on the easy flowing rhymes in short lines the lines are often much longer overall, I did not get as much out of the poems.Verses I liked included II When Israel out of Egypt came last 3 stanzas , XXII Ho, everyone that thirsteth , XXVI Good creatures, do you love your lives , XXVII To stand up straight and tread the turning mill , XLVIII Parta Quies plus an honorable mention of XXXI Because I liked you better , which while not really great verse on its own, becomes very moving once you know the autobiographical back...

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    I don t really have a good way to read or judge poetry It was certainly harder to read on the bus than prose, because I re read most of them to get the sense of the language But I enjoyed them The one about the Westerly Pleiades I...

  4. says:

    I ve only read a few of these, including the famous Easter Hymn, and even though the expression is flowery and poetic in the traditional sense Housman was a scholar of Swinburne, among others and much mention is made of religious themes, there s a certain not so hidden ed...

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    Stars, I have seen them fall, But when they drop and dieNo star is lost at all From all the star sown sky.The toil of all that be Helps not the primal fault It rains into the sea, And still the sea is salt.

  6. says:

    Of course one of my all time favorite books would read like a classicist s torch song.

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