Henry Newbolt is best known for writing poetry that heralded his native England during the reign of Queen Victoria and the early 20th century. In addition to poetry, Newbolt wrote novels and criticism while enjoying the company of other leading literary figures of the time, such as Henry James, Thomas Hardy, William Butler Yeats, Ezra Pound, and T.S. Eliot.
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On and off, I have been totting a rifle ever since I was ten, in preparation not only for war but for a particular kind of war, a war in which the guns rise to a frantic orgasm of sound, and at the appointed moment you clamber out of the trench, breaking your nails on the sandbags, and stumble across mud and wire into the machine-gun barrage. I am convinced that part of the reason for the.
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The Indian Writing magazine ran irregularly from 1940 to 1945. Ostensibly a literary magazine, Indian Writing was a platform for the radical, anti-colonial, broadly Marxist South Asian activists based in London to articulate their critique of Indo-British relations, alongside their own views on politics and culture, which would have been seen as extremist at the time.
My Country Right or Left by George Orwell. Contrary to popular belief, the past was not more eventful than the present. If seems so it is because when you look backward things that happened years apart are telescoped together, and because very few of your memories come to you genuinely virgin. It is largely because of the books, films and reminiscences that have come between that the war of.
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Of Sir Henry Newbolt, whose book of poems, Admirals All (1897), was a best seller, Stanford observes that he was “most famous” for his expression of British patriotism. He wrote successful.
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The imperial theme was also pursued in films depicting more exotic locations which dealt with the war in the Middle East and in India includ- ing The British Occupation of Gaza, With the Australians in Palestine, With the Indian Troops at the Front. 85 Vol. 24, No. 4 428 State Propaganda and Bureaucratic Intelligence Leafleting by parachute, balloon, or aeroplane was an activity intended to.
Synopsis. Poet Ezra Pound was born on October 30, 1885, in Hailey, Idaho. He studied literature and languages in college and in 1908 left for Europe, where he published several successful books of.
Elements of Kim and The Man Who Would Be King impinge on a different piece of literature, Sir Henry Newbolt's melodramatic ballad He Fell Among Thieves (which appeared in Newbolt's 1898 anthology of jingoistic poetry The Island Race). Again, I remembered this from school minus context. The poem dramatises the murder in 1870 of the explorer.
When Virginia Woolf died in 1941, all of the Woolfs’ books were at Monks House in Rodmell, the London residence at 37 Mecklenburgh Square having been damaged by the World War II bombings. After Virginia’s death, Leonard rented 24 Victoria Square and moved many books back to London, keeping his library (including sets like the Voltaire and the Waverly novels) divided until his death. In.
Exactly how many of their meetings Wells attended is now not known, but he did speak several times, and afterwards the other members of the group, Leopold Amery, H. W. Massingham, Bertrand Russell, Pember Reeves, R. B. Haldane, Henry Newbolt, Sir Edward Grey, Halford Mackinder, Leo Masse, James L. Garvin, and Lord Milner, all looked upon those meetings from 1902 to 1907 as being significant in.
Shakespeare's Henry V. The. Danes were without a king, a ship came sailing into their harbor. It was filled with treasures and weapons of war; and in the midst of these warlike things was a baby sleeping. No man sailed the ship; it came of itself, bringing the child, whose name was Scyld. Now Scyld grew and became a mighty warrior, and led the Spear Danes for many years, and was their king.
In the Civil War for instance, roughly speaking a war of money versus feudalism, the North and West were for the King and the South and East for the Parliament. But with the increasing use of coal industry passed to the North, and there grew up a new type of man, the self-made Northern business man—the Mr Rouncewell and Mr Bounderby of Dickens. The Northern business man, with his hateful.
A comparative analysis of texts lists yields quantitative data on the number, types and titles of texts set for study and the historical periods from which they are drawn. In turn, this mapping affords insight into patterns of privileging: the presence or absence of particular texts and types of texts on successive lists becomes emblematic of their perceived worth as vehicles for transmitting.