Marvel in the beauty of 20th century English literature.
This book takes you back in time to journey among the best writers in England at the time of the first World War.
It's the July 1921 edition of The English Review magazine, which was started "in a rage that there was no place in England to print a poem by Thomas Hardy" and a place for writers to express their feelings and political concerns through their art.
It includes poems, letters, and essays about subjects varying from love and nature to philosophy, religion, and politics. It provides a unique insight on the everyday thoughts of people at times of war, displays 20th century culture and literature, and has contributions from prominent authors like Lord Gorell, Thomas Moult, and Austin Harrison himself.
"In peaceful oceans of the dew,
The island Juniper
Stand up and watch the night renew
Her starry hemisphere
I'm in the berried hush, my love,
Where night is on the down.
I would the dews might rise above
My heart-and passion drown!"
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