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Behind the firing line, and other poems of the war.

May Herschel-Clarke

Behind the firing line, and other poems of the war.

by May Herschel-Clarke

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Published by Erskine MacDonald in London .
Written in English


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SeriesThe Malory booklets
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Open LibraryOL20851278M

Well I wrote this poem after seeing some of the damage that was happening in Iraq. It was very heartbreaking to see all the people and children suffering over there. And I just kept thinking that there were other ways that we could resolve this, so why were we doing such drastic things? My heart goes out to the people, I hope that the war ends soon at least for the sake of the innocent people /5. behind closed doors) firing up the **** storm with hostile ***** and a slew of insatiable cures there’s laughter from the back room the dripping nose and wavering hand the cut white lines and checkpoint tales the pipeline romance and lacking form (of a basic essential character!) soundboard and narratives for logging time slouching on the.

LIFE Little Women: A Story for Every Generation. Ever since it was published more than years ago, Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel about the four March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, has been revered and adored for its portrait of American life, its depiction of growing from adolescence into maturity, its exploration of the bonds among the siblings at the heart of the story, and its.   May’s WW1 poetry collection “Behind the Firing Line, and Other Poems of the War” was published in by Erskine Macdonald, London. Here is May’s poem in appreciation of Alma Taylor “England’s answer to American film-star Mary Pickford” was published in .

  The very generic diversity of Brooks's World War II writings, which include the free-verse portrait poem "Negro Hero," the sonnets of "Gay Chaps at the Bar," the free-verse elegy "Memorial for Ed Bland," the septets of "The Anniad," the sonnet-like poems in "Appendix to the Anniad," and the novel Maud Martha, suggests her ongoing work to find effective forms for writing about the war.   But there are other, more troubling reasons why men love war. The love of war stems from the union, deep in the core of our being between sex .


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Hodgson, Verse and Prose in Peace and War (posthumous) D. Lawrence, Look. We Have Come Through; Joseph Lee, Work-a-Day Warriors (Scottish poet). The FIRING LINE television series is a production of the Southern Educational Communications Association, Woodrow St., P O. Box Columbia, S.C.

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Thomas Hardy’s poem ‘Channel Firing’ is one of his most popular poems; it was also, perhaps, the most prophetic. Written in April and published in May of the same year, just a few months before the outbreak of the First World War, it anticipates the conflict that would break out later that year.

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