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England (edition 1957)

by Edwin Smith, Geoffrey Grigson

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Title:England
Authors:Edwin Smith
Other authors:Geoffrey Grigson
Info:New York, Studia Publications [1958, c1957]
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England: A Collection of the Poetry of Place by Angus Wilson

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This is the patriot's song book, which includes such rollicking word-smiths as Hilaire Belloc, G.K. Chesterton, Rudyard Kipling, and the lyrics of Gilbert and Sullivan. Memorable, funny, and gloriously paced for chanting in the bath, over the wreck of a picnic or out in a boat on a river. With poems that were written to be spoken, England is the perfect companion to the exploration and discovery of one of the world's literary bastions.

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