Some memories of W. B. Yeats ebook
by John Masefield
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Some Memories Of W. citation: 1940 d. dentifier. origpath: 45 d. copyno: 1 d. B. Yeats (1940). Lurie, Alison (2003) "John Masefield's Boxes of Delight", in "Boys and Girls Together". Archival material at Leeds University Library. The Nine Days Wonder (The Operation Dynamo) (1941). Yeats. Published 1940 by Cuala Press in Dublin "Three hundred and seventy copies of this book have been. Published 1940 by Cuala Press in Dublin. Reprinted by photo-lithography for the Irish University Press, Shannon 1971.
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Poet, novelist, dramatist and journalist, John Masefield's literary career was rich and varied, and although his . Masefield was born in the ancient town of Ledbury, surrounded by beautiful countryside in the region of Herefordshire, England, on June 1, 1878.
Poet, novelist, dramatist and journalist, John Masefield's literary career was rich and varied, and although his reputation waned in later years, he is again being recognized for his wide range, encom.
Biography, literary works and style of John Masefield as a poet. During his time on HMS Conway, Masefield developed a passion for storytelling. Masefield was born on 1st June, 1878 in Ledbury, Herefordshire, England. In 1894, on his first voyage, he went to Chile and experienced sea sickness. He derived his inspiration from Dumas, Hazlitt, Thomas Browne, Dickens, R. L. Stevenson, Kipling, Chaucer, Keats and Shelley. He was only 23 when he met Constance Crommelin who was 12 years older than he was. They got married and had two children.
Authors and affiliations. Extracted from Some Memories of W. Yeats (London: Macmillan, 1940) pp. 8–14. In 1894 Yeats made his first visit to Paris, where he visited Verlaine with Arthur Symons. I was to dine with him at seven o’clock in the evening of November the 5th, 1900. For a description of this visit see V. P. Underwood, Verlaine et l’Angleterre (Paris: Librairie Nizet, 1956) pp. 463–4.
John Edward Masefield was born on June 1, 1878, in the small town of. .For some time, he lived a nearly vagrant life in Greenwich Village, where he started to write poetry seriously.
John Edward Masefield was born on June 1, 1878, in the small town of Ledbury in rural Herefordshire, England; he was the son of George Edward and Carol Parker Masefield. Masefield was allowed to join the merchant navy, leaving home at thirteen and enlisting as a midshipman; he was posted to the HMS Conway, a famous training ship.
Secure in a high place in the ranks of English writers, John Masefield has attained that enviable position through various means. He is distinguished not alone as a poet, but also as dramatist, historian, novelist, and writer of short stories. But it is as a poet, and particularly as a narrative poet, that he gained his first and perhaps most lasting fame.