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  1. An Elegy in Arcady: A.E.Housman and "A Shropshire Lad" by Piers Browne, 1989-09-18
  2. A. E. Housman: A Bibliography (St. Paul's bibliographies) by John Carter, 1982-11
  3. A Buried Life: Personal Recollections of A.E. Housman by Percy Withers, 1968-06
  4. Unkind to Unicorns: Comic Verse of A.E. Housman by A.E. Housman, 1995-07
  5. Last Poems by A. E. Housman, 2008-08-25
  6. A Shropshire Lad (Penguin Classics: Poetry First Editions) by A.E. Housman, 1999-07-29
  7. Alfred Edward Housman; recollections. by Katherine E., A. W. Pollard, Laurence Housman, R. W. Chambers, Alan Ker, Symons, 1937
  8. Housman, 1897-1936 by Grant Richards, 1973
  9. The Name and Nature of Poetry: and Other Selected Prose by A. E. Housman, 1990-01-25
  10. A SHROPSHIRE LAD by HOUSMAN A.E., 1986-01-01
  11. Making of a Shropshire Lad: Manuscript Variorum by Tom Burns Haber, A. E. Housman, 1966-06
  12. A Shropshire Lad by A.E. Housman, 1995-06-29
  13. A Shropshire Lad by A.E. Housman, 1991-05-30
  14. Last poems by A. E. Housman, 1937-01-01

61. Rue For A. E. Housman - Books & Culture -
Rue for A. E. housman Marly Youmans July 1, 2003. To have one love for all your life And it as dear as breath, To lose the shape of what you loved
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Rue for A. E. Housman Marly Youmans July 1, 2003 To have one love for all your life And it as dear as breath, To lose the shape of what you loved In distance, then in death: Yes, what a funny world it is, Where this is not the worst That can occur—and daily does. The mouth that did not thirst For yours is dust, and you are not. Yet heedless of all doom, The children shout immortal joys, Again the roses bloom. Are you a CTLibrary member or a subscriber? To read the rest of this article, log in here: E-mail Password If you're a subscriber... ...but have not yet registered for online access, please register here. You'll receive instant, complete access to all articles currently on the website, as well as all articles published in

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63. The MusicWeb Message Board: XXI Bredon Hill By A.E. Housman - Article J. Harriso
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    XXI Bredon Hill by A.E. Housman - Article J. Harrison Posted by L.J.M. Spillane on September 30, 2007, 2:25 pm
    Julius Harrison, in his article on A.E. Housman,
    has misquoted Housman in XXI Bredon Hill. The stanzas are each composed of five lines. Harrison has attempted to quote the second verse, which does not make sense, because he has omitted line four: "And hear the larks so high" (Housman, ASL). L.J.M. Spillane Message Thread:
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64. Alfred Edward Housman
(1) A. E. housman, Epitaph on Army of Mercenaries (1914) These, in the days when heaven was falling, The hour when earth s foundations fled,
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Alfred Edward Housman was born in Frockbury, Worcestershire, in 1859. Educated at Bromsgrove School, he won a scholarship to St. John's College , Oxford. He became a distinguished classical scholar and in 1892 was appointed professor of Latin at University College, London.
In 1896 he published A Shropshire Lad . The 63 poems recall the innocence, the pleasures and the tragedies of the countryside. He also published critical editions of Manilius (1903) and Juvenal (1905). In 1911 Housman became Professor of Latin at Cambridge University. His brother, Laurence Housman , was also a successful writer and illustrator.
During the First World War Housman published several poems about the conflict including Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries
Housman continued to write poetry and his Last Poems (1922) met with great acclaim. Praefanda (1931) was a collection of bawdy and obscene passages from Latin authors. Alfred Edward Housman died in 1936. A. E. Housman Freepedia Directory English Literature on the Web BBC English Literature Bitesize
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65. A.E. Housman --  Britannica Student Encyclopaedia
AE housman (18591936). One of England s finest and most popular lyric poets, AE housman was for most of his life a classical scholar and Latin professor.
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66. A. E. Housman Biography / Profile - Salem On Literature
A. E. housman’s only work of prose fiction is A Morning with the Royal Family, a youthful fantasy printed without his permission in 1882 in the Bromsgrovian
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    A. E. Housman’s only work of prose fiction is A Morning with the Royal Family , a youthful fantasy printed without his permission in 1882 in the Bromsgrovian and unpublished elsewhere. His translations total 102 lines from Aeschylus ’s Hepta epi Thēbas (467 b.c.e.; Seven Against Thebes ), Sophocles’ Oidipous epi Kolōnōi (401 b.c.e.; Oedipus at Colonus ), and [The entire page is 6424 words long]
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    67. Project MUSE
    Problems in the Life and Writings of A. E. housman. Beverly Hills. Stoppard, Tom. 1997. The Invention of Love. London. Wilkinson, L. P. 1974. A. E. housman
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    68. A. E. Housman - A SHROPSHIRE LAD
    A Shropshire Lad, by A.E. housman. I 1887 From Clee to heaven the beacon burns, The shires have seen it plain, From north and south the sign returns And
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    Notes on the on-line text: "A Shropshire Lad" was originally published in 1896. Some changes from that edition:
    • The initial word in each poem is not in all-caps in this edition.
    • There are no page breaks (or page numbers) in this edition.
    • In poem V, the 1908 edition's "what it is" has been changed to "what is it" (which I believe to be correct).
    • In poems XXIII and elsewhere, lines in the poem appear without breaks (since the margins here are wider than in the print edition)
    • In poem XXXIV, the italics in the first three lines could not be reproduced in ASCII. Instead, they are here denoted by single quotes.
    • The design of the 1908 edition obscures the indenting of the initial lines of some poems. I have tried to restore it by looking at other editions.
    • The first four lines of poem L were in small-font italics in the 1908 edition. Here they are surrounded by asterisks instead.

    69. Quotations From A.E. (Alfred Edward) Housman
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    70. A. E. Housman Quotes
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    71. Alfred Edward Housman Directory
    A.E. housman s introductory lecture as professor of Latin at University Analysis of When I was oneand-twenty by A E housman Elite Skills Classics
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    72. Paul Johnson On The Letters Of A E Housman Edited By Archie
    housman, one of the egregious eccentrics of English poetry, was the son of a busy solicitor who practised in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.

    73. EDSITEment - Lesson Plan
    Dylan Thomas and A.E. housman each wrote poems about death that were very Death in Poetry A.E. housman’s “To an Athlete Dying Young” and Dylan Thomas’

    74. Poetry X » Poetry Archives » A. E. Housman
    Poems by A. E. housman. English Poet (1859—1936). Home » Poetry Archives » Poets » A. E. housman. Along The Field As We Came By As Through The Wild Green
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    75. A. E. Housman « MUSE MACHINE
    Still, I want to close out April with a poem by AE. housman. It’s come to mind several times in this tumultuous month. I wouldn’t call it a conventionally
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    His forest fleece the Wrekin heaves;
    The gale, it plies the saplings double,
    And thick on Severn snow the leaves.
    When Uricon the city stood:
    But then it threshed another wood.
    At yonder heaving hill would stare:
    The blood that warms an English yeoman,
    The thoughts that hurt him, they were there. There, like the wind through woods in riot,
    Through him the gale of life blew high;
    The tree of man was never quiet: The gale, it plies the saplings double, To-day the Roman and his trouble Are ashes under Uricon. Page last updated: 11 November 1998 ©1998-1999, Richard J. Yanco Categories: "On Wenlock Edge" A. E. Housman Imus National Poetry Month Blog at

    76. The Letters Of A. E. Housman -- Pritchard 9 (3): 359 -- Literary Imagination
    In 1971 Henry Maas published an edition of A. E. housman s letters consisting of 883 items out of the 1500 he traced. He excluded short notes dealing with
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    77. A. E. Housman, "Eight O'Clock"
    Is it clear to you what situation housman is conjuring up? I think he means it to be clear, but he doesn t want to come right out and name it.
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    Eight O'Clock
    He stood, and heard the steeple
    One, two, three, four, to market-place and people
    Strapped, noosed, nighing his hour,
    And then the clock collected in the tower
    Do you like that? feel its power? admire its contrivance? find its tone and emotion congenial? I should add that it's English in origin, where market-places and public chiming clocks are common. Is it clear to you what situation Housman is conjuring up? I think he means it to be clear, but he doesn't want to come right out and name it. So this poem too, like many another, is a kind of riddle. I invite you to submit your solution below. We should probably think of the setting as late 19th century, although the poem was published in 1922. In this poem, syntax plays an effective part and rhyme.
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    AE housman Author Jebb, Keith. A. E. housman. Author Jebb, Keith Reissue; Paperback 147 pages Published December 1992 Poetry Wales Press

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    79. Gaia Community
    Quotes by A.E. housman. The bells they sound on Bredon, And still the steeples hum. A.E. housman (1859 1936). Source The Name and Nature of Poetry
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    The bells they sound on Bredon, And still the steeples hum. "Come all to church, good people"- Oh, noisy bells, be dumb; I hear you, I will come. A.E. Housman Source: A Shropshire Lad, 1896, no. 21, st. 7 Add Comment Print Send Permalink More quotes about: church good people Oh tarnish late on Wenlock Edge, Gold that I never see. A.E. Housman Source: A Shropshire Lad, 1896, no. 39, st. 3 Add Comment Print Send Permalink More quotes about: gold In all the endless road you tread There's nothing but the night. A.E. Housman Source: A Shropshire Lad, 1896, no. 60 Add Comment Print Send Permalink ... Permalink More quotes about: anguish danger death good ... soul Experience has taught me, when I am shaving of a morning, to keep watch over my thoughts, because, if a line of poetry strays into my memory, my skin bristles so that the razor ceases to act. . . . The seat of this sensation is the pit of the stomach. A.E. Housman

    80. Lectures On A.E.Housman
    As its title suggests, this is a lecture which introduces its audience to the life and work of the poet and classical scholar A.E.housman (18591931).
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    As its title suggests, this is a lecture which introduces its audience to the life and work of the poet and classical scholar A.E.Housman (1859-1931). Housman, whose book of poems entitled A Shropshire Lad has never been out of print since its first publication in 1896, was a fine poet whose emotional life was deeply troubled, and whose story is well worth hearing.

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