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Donald F. Goold Johnson
Cambridge University Press, 11/19/2015
EAN 9781107586178, ISBN10: 1107586178

Paperback, 94 pages, 20.3 x 12.7 x 0.6 cm
Language: English

Originally published in 1919, this book presents the collected poems of Donald F. Goold Johnson (1890–1916). The collection was created posthumously, following Johnson's tragic early death whilst fighting on the Western Front. Two main sections make up the text, the first being composed of poems written during the First World War and the second containing earlier works. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in English poetry and the literature of the First World War.

Poems Written during the War, 1914–16
Mother and sons
Spring, 1915
Rupert Brooke
Justitia Victrix
Charles Lamb
Victor Victima
Advent song
H. M. J. (died July 24th, 1915)
Youth and war
Les pauvres morts
Ode to the resurrection
Love in war
Battle hymn
Earlier Poems
Combien après?
Sunt lacrimae rerum
A vision
St Dymas
Nox benigna
The river-bridge
My lady of the joust
A memory
A wish
To a sundial, set in an old English garden
'Child-form of flesh and blood'
Three ages
The garden of peace
The fountain of youth
The southern pole.