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  1. A Shropshire Lad and Other Poems: The Collected Poems of A. E. Housman (Penguin Classics) by A.E. Housman, 2010-09-28
  2. The Poems of A. E. Housman (Oxford English Texts) by A. E. Housman, 1998-03-05
  3. Collected Poems of A. E. Houseman (Wordsworth Poetry Library) by A. E. Housman, 1999-12-05
  4. More Poems by A.E. Housman, 1936-01-01
  5. The Collected Poems of A. E. Housman by A. E. Housman, 1971-04-15
  6. The Classical Papers of A. E. Housman: Volume 3, 1915-1936 (v. 3) by F. R. D. Goodyear, 2005-01-27
  7. A.E. Housman: Classical Scholar by David Butterfield, 2009-08-06
  8. LAST POEMS (UPDATED w/LINKED TOC) by A. E. Housman, 2010-09-04
  9. Housman, A. E. (Border Lines Series) by Keith Jebb, 1991-11-01
  10. Collected Poems and Selected Prose (Twentieth Century Classics) by A. E. Housman, 1999-06
  11. A Shropshire Lad (Dover Thrift Editions) by A. E. Housman, 1990-07-01
  12. A Shropshire Lad by A. E. Housman, 1951
  13. A. E. Housman (Bloom's Major Poets) by Lisa Hirschfield, 2003-04
  14. A Shropshire Lad by A.E. Housman, 2009-03

1. A E Housman Quotes Quotations
AE Housman Quotes Quotations. Top quote contributors for A E Housman Bruce(17) Shoulder the sky, my lad, and drink your ale. A E Housman
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2. A.E. Housman - Selected Poems
A. E. housman Selected Poems. The following is a (fairly extensive) selection of housman s poetry originally published by me, Martin Hardcastle,
A. E. Housman - Selected Poems
The following is a (fairly extensive) selection of Housman's poetry originally published by me, Martin Hardcastle, in the early 1990s. It has been superseded by the collected Housman page and that's probably where you want to be. To ask me a question or send me a comment, please read this . There are some questions I won't answer: don't waste your time asking them. Some other Housman resources are available on the web. Housman's introductory lecture as professor at University College, London is available here. `Fragment of a Greek Tragedy' can be found here Some biographical information (short and in some cases misleading) is here (Bartleby) and here (BedfordStMartins) . There is also always the Wikipedia page Here is a small list of frequently asked questions about Housman (frequently asked of me, that is). Go to my poetry page
  • From "A Shropshire Lad."
    From "A Shropshire Lad."
    I - 1887
    Loveliest of trees, the cherry now Is hung with bloom along the bough, And stands about the woodland ride Wearing white for Eastertide. Now, of my three score years and ten, Twenty will not come again, And take from seventy springs a score, It only leaves me fifty more. And since to look at things in bloom Fifty springs are little room, About the woodlands I will go To see the cherry hung with snow.
    Wake: the silver dusk returning Up the beach of darkness brims, And the ship of sunrise burning Strands upon the eastern rims. Wake: the vaulted shadow shatters, Trampled to the floor it spanned, And the tent of night in tatters Straws the sky-pavilioned land. Up, lad, up, 'tis late for lying: Hear the drums of morning play; Hark, the empty highways crying `Who'll beyond the hills away?' Towns and countries woo together, Forelands beacon, belfries call; Never lad that trod on leather Lived to feast his heart with all. Up, lad: thews that lie and cumber Sunlit pallets never thrive; Morns abed and daylight slumber Were not meant for man alive. Clay lies still, but blood's a rover; Breath's a ware that will not keep. Up, lad: when the journey's over There'll be time enough to sleep.

3. A. E. Housman - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Alfred Edward housman (IPA ælf d edw d ha sm n; March 26, 1859 – April 30, 1936), usually known as A.E. housman, was an English poet and classical
A. E. Housman
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Jump to: navigation search Alfred Edward Housman IPA [ˈ¦lfɹɪd ˈedwəd ˈhaʊsmən] 26 March 30 April ), usually known as A.E. Housman, was an English poet and classical scholar best known for his cycle of poems A Shropshire Lad . Lyrical and almost epigrammatic in form, the poems were mostly written before 1900. Their wistful evocation of doomed youth in English countryside, their spare, strophic language and distinctive imagery appealed strongly to the Edwardian and Georgian English composers (beginning with Arthur Somervell ) both before and after the First World War . Through their song-settings the poetry therefore became closely associated with that generation, and are undyingly associated with Shropshire itself. Housman was counted amongst the foremost classicists of his time. He established his reputation publishing as a private scholar and on that strength was appointed Professor of Latin at University College London and later, at Cambridge . His editions of Juvenal Manilius and Lucan are still considered authoritative.

4. Housman, A.E. 1896. A Shropshire Lad s online publication of the classic 1896 edition of AE housman s A Shropshire Lad .
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5. - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More - A. E. Housman
A. E. housman. Alfred Edward housman was born in Fockbury, Worcestershire, England, on March 26, 1859, the eldest of seven children. A year after his birth,
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Alfred Edward Housman was born in Fockbury, Worcestershire, England, on March 26, 1859, the eldest of seven children. A year after his birth, Housman's family moved to nearby Bromsgrove, where the poet grew up and had his early education. In 1877, he attended St. John's College, Oxford and received first class honours in classical moderations. Housman became distracted, however, when he fell in love with his heterosexual roommate Moses Jackson. He unexpectedly failed his final exams, but managed to pass the final year and later took a position as clerk in the Patent Office in London for ten years. During this time he studied Greek and Roman classics intensively, and in 1892 was appointed professor of Latin at University College, London. In 1911 he became professor of Latin at Trinity College, Cambridge, a post he held until his death. As a classicist, Housman gained renown for his editions of the Roman poets Juvenal, Lucan, and Manilius, as well as his meticulous and intelligent commentaries and his disdain for the unscholarly.

6. A.E. Housman: Poems
A.E. housman Bibliography A bibliography of the works of Alfred Edward housman; includes a list of critical and biographical resources.

7. Glbtq >> Literature >> Housman, A. E.
AE housman s poetry is inextricably rooted in homosexual experience and consciousness and is also a significant reflector of gay history.
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page: A. E. Housman's poetry is inextricably rooted in homosexual experience and consciousness and is also a significant reflector of gay history. To mainstream readers of his time, however, A. E. Housman was the admired author of two best-selling collections, A Shropshire Lad (1896) and Last Poems (1922), whose texts were taken as universal statements. Some became staples of English verse (for example, "When I was one-and-twenty"), and others contributed catch phrases to the language ("a world I never made"). Sponsor Message.
Esteemed professionally as well, Housman was ultimately regarded as the leading Latinist in the English-speaking world. He held the Chair of Latin at Cambridge from 1911, and for nineteen years before that had been Professor of Latin at University College, London. Housman's eventual scholarly eminence was a particular personal triumph since he surprisingly had failed his examination in Greats at Oxford in 1881, qualifying only for a minimal Pass degree and pursuing his classical scholarship independently while working for ten years as a clerk in the London Patent Office before winning the University College post.

8. A. E. Housman (1859-1936)
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9. A. E. Housman Biography
AE housman Biography Alfred Edward Houseman was born on March 26, 1859 in Fockbury, Worcestershire, England. He was an English scholar and c.
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Women Poets ... Meaning of Names A. E. Housman Biography Back to Poet Page Enlarge Picture Alfred Edward Houseman was born on March 26, 1859 in Fockbury, Worcestershire, England. He was an English scholar and celebrated poet whose lyrics express a Romantic pessimism in a spare, simple style. Housman, whose father was a solicitor, was one of seven children. He much preferred his mother; and her death on his 12th birthday was a cruel blow, which is surely one source of the pessimism his poetry expresses. While a student at Oxford, he was further oppressed by his dawning realization of homosexual desires. These came to focus in an intense love for one of his fellow students, an athletic young man who became his friend but who could not reciprocate his love. In turmoil emotionally, Housman failed to pass his final examination at Oxford, although he had been a brilliant scholar. From 1882 to 1892, he worked as a clerk in the Patent Office in London. In the evenings he studied Latin texts in the British Museum reading room and developed a consummate gift for correcting errors in them, owing to his mastery of the language and his feeling for the way poets choose their words. Articles he wrote for journals caught the attention of scholars and led to his appointment in 1892 as professor of Latin at University College, London.

10. A.E. Housman --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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11. A.E. Housman (1859-1936) British Writer.
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A. E. Housman ALFRED EDWARD HOUSMAN , poet and pre-eminent classicist of his time, was born near Bromsgrove in Worcestershire in 1859. The eldest of seven children he entered Bromsgrove School at the age of eleven and, with a strong academic grounding there, won a scholarship to St John's College, Oxford in 1877. After gaining First Class Honours in Classical Moderations, he failed his 'Greats', the Final School, in 1881 and so left Oxford without a degree. After a brief time teaching at his old school he returned to Oxford for a term to take a pass degree and the following year took up employment in the Patent Office in London, where his great friend from Oxford days, Moses Jackson, was working. In 1892, on the strength of scholarly articles published in classical journals, Housman was appointed Professor of Latin at University College London. In 1896 his most famous book, A Shropshire Lad , was published and it has never been out of print since. The 63 spare nostalgic verses, born out of the troubles Housman suffered during his life, are set in a half-imaginary Shropshire, a 'land of lost content', and the heart-penetrating simplicity of its verse has given it an enduring popularity. Poem XL is typical of its mood: Into my heart an air that kills
From yon far country blows:
What are those blue remembered hills

14. [minstrels] Terence, This Is Stupid Stuff -- A. E. Housman
Mithridates, he died old. A. E. housman First of all, Terence is a name housman used in his poetry to refer to himself. I don t know enough about
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Title : Terence, this is stupid stuff Poet : A. E. Housman Date : 28 Oct 2000 "Terence, this is st... Length : Text-only version Prev Index Next Your comments on this poem to attach to the end [ microfaq hammerquill@ Terence, this is stupid stuff A. E. Housman mfaina@ From: Anustup.DATTA@ Thomas/Martin, Do you remember "Strong Poison", by Dorothy Sayers? The ploy used by the murderer is similar to that of Mithridates Rex, and Lord Peter Wimsey deduces this using Housman's "A Shropshire Lad". In fact - the chapter he confronts the murderer with ends with the line "Mithridates, he died old." Jokes apart, old Mithridates was a thorn in the side of Rome. Crassus (the triumvir) led an expedition into Asia Minor after him and was defeated and killed. Pompey fought against him and obtained victories but temporarily. It was not till incomparable Caesar overran Asia Minor (the old king was dead by then) that he subjugated his sons and his empire. Suetonius has a lively account of this, as does Plutarch. Great piece, by the way. Regards, Anustup

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16. A E Housman On Flickr - Photo Sharing!
A E housman wrote his poem The Blue Remembered Hills ( although I don t think it s called that ) about the countryside around here, at least a lot of his
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Into my heart an air that kills
From yon far country blows:
What are those blue remembered hills

17. 'The Lad That Loves You True' | Review | Guardian Unlimited Books
AE housman was notoriously reticent, but recently discovered letters reveal the intensity of a friendship begun as a young undergraduate at Oxford,,,1788971,00.html
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18. A.E. Housman (1859-1936)
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Alfred Edward Housman, classical scholar and poet; was born at Valley House, Fockbury near Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. His father was a solicitor and one of his younger brothers was the novelist and dramatist Laurence Housman . Alfred was educated at King Edward's School, Bromsgrove and St. John's College, Oxford where, to his shame and humiliation, he failed his final examinations. From 1882 to 1892 he worked at the Patent Office in London and, in his spare time, devoted himself to classical studies and to thereby establish himself as a scholar to regain his pride. lie was also writing some poetry during this period but it was his brilliant articles on the classics in scholarly journals which gained him a high reputation and led to his appointment as Professor of Latin at University College, London in 1892. He remained there until 1911 and became a respected and renowned scholar. An apparently rather dry and austere man (at least to those who did not know him well), he astounded his students and colleagues by the publication of his first collection of poems A Shropshire Lad (1896), astounded them because of the contrast between the romanticism of the poems and the outward severity of the man they knew as their Professor of Latin.

19. A.E. Housman - MSN Encarta
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Encyclopedia Article Find Print E-mail Blog It Multimedia 1 item A. E. Housman (1859-1936), English poet and classical scholar. Alfred Edward Housman was born in Fockbury, Worcestershire, and educated at the University of Oxford. Although a brilliant student, he failed his examinations, shocking his professors and contemporaries, and became a clerk in the patent office in London. After ten years as a civil servant, during which time he published articles on many classical authors, Housman became professor of Latin at University College, London (1892-1911) and at the University of Cambridge (1911-1936). Considered one of the foremost classical scholars of his time, he wrote extensively for classical journals and prepared editions of the works of the Latin poets Juvenal, Lucan, and Manilius. Housman is best known, however, as the author of a few slim volumes of poetry remarkable for their simple diction, lyric beauty, and gentle, ironic pessimism. Set in the English countryside, the poems express the regrets and frustration of young men, especially soldiers. A favorite theme is fleeting youth, as in the famous poem “When I Was One and Twenty.” In technique the poems combine elements of the classical ode and the English ballad. Housman's first volume of poetry

20. Poets' Corner - A.E. Housman - A Shropshire Lad
A Shropshire Lad by AE housman. by A.E. housman. (A Shropshire Lad was originally published in 1896. This Web edition is based on the 1908 edition
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Poems I to XXI Poems XXII to XLII
    - XLIII -
    When I meet the morning beam,
    Or lay me down at night to dream,
    I hear my bones within me say,
    "Another night, another day.
    "When shall this slough of sense be cast,
    This dust of thoughts be laid at last,
    The man of flesh and soul be slain
    And the man of bone remain?
    "This tongue that talks, these lungs that shout,
    These thews that hustle us about,
    This brain that fills the skull with schemes,
    And its humming hive of dreams,
    "These to-day are proud in power
    And lord it in their little hour:
    The immortal bones obey control
    Of dying flesh and dying soul.
    "'Tis long till eve and morn are gone:
    Slow the endless night comes on,
    And late to fulness grows the birth
    That shall last as long as earth.
    "Wanderers eastward, wanderers west,
    Know you why you cannot rest?
    'Tis that every mother's son
    Travails with a skeleton.
    "Lie down in the bed of dust;
    Bear the fruit that bear you must;

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