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A. E. Housman by Tom Burns Haber
A. E. Housman : a divided life by George L. Watson
A. E. Housman, poet and scholar, Westminster Abbey, September 1996 by J. Roy Birch
A. E. Housman: A Collection of Critical Essays by Christopher Ricks
A. E. Housman: an annotated hand-list by John Carter
A.E. Housman by Keith Jebb
A.E. Housman & W.B. Yeats; two lectures by Richard Aldington
A.E. Housman : man behind a mask by Maude M. Hawkins
A.E. Housman : the critical heritage by Philip Gardner
A.E. Housman at University College London: The Election of 1893 by P. G. Naiditch
A.E. Housman: A Critical Biography by Norman Page
A.E. Housman: Classical Scholar by David Butterfield
A.E. Housman: The Scholar Poet by Richard Perceval Graves
A.E.Housman by Andrew Sydenham Farrar Gow
Additional Problems in the Life and Writings of A. E. Housman by P. G. Naiditch
Alfred Edward Housman. Recollections by Katherine E. Symons, A.W. Pollard, Laurence Housman, R.W. Chambers, Alan Ker, A.S.F. Gow, John Sparrow. A.E.H. Bromsgrove School 1879-1877. [Second Edition]. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED by Katharine E. Symons
A bibliography of Alfred Edward Housman by Theodore G. Ehrsam
THE BRITISH LITERARY BALLAD: A Study in Poetic Imitation by Jr. G. Malcolm Laws
A Buried Life: A Personal Recollection of A.E. Housman by Percy Withers
The centenary of "A Shropshire lad" : the life & writings of A.E. Housman by P. G. Naiditch
A Concordance to the Poems of A. E. Housman by Clyde Kenneth Hyder
Editing the Middle English manuscript by Charles Moorman
English Authors Series: A. E. Housman Revisited (Twayne's English Authors Series) by Terence Allan Hoagwood
English Classical Scholarship: Historical Reflections on Bentley, Porson and Housman by C. O. Brink
The Etymologicon: A Circular Stroll Through the Hidden Connections of the English Language by Mark Forsyth
Housman Country: Into the Heart of England by Peter Parkernot in English Common Knowledge
Housman's Places: A Guide to Places Important in the Life of the Poet/Scholar A.E.Housman by Robin Shaw
Housman's Poems by John Bayley
Housman, 1897-1936 by Grant Richards
The Invention of Love by Tom Stoppard
Latin textual criticism by James Willis
The letters of A. E. Housman [ed. Maas] by A. E. Housman
The Lyttelton Hart-Davis Letters. Vol. 1, 1955-56 by Rupert Hart-Davis
The Lyttelton Hart-Davis Letters. Vol. 2, 1956-57 by Rupert Hart-Davis
The Lyttelton Hart-Davis Letters. Vol. 3, 1958 by Rupert Hart-Davis
The Lyttelton Hart-Davis Letters. Vol. 4, 1959 by Rupert Hart-Davis
The Lyttelton Hart-Davis Letters. Vol. 5, 1960 by Rupert Hart-Davis
The Lyttelton Hart-Davis Letters. Vol. 6, 1961-62 by Rupert Hart-Davis
The Making of A Shropshire lad : A Manuscript Variorum by A. E. Housman
Memories of A.E. Housman by Katharine Elizabeth Symons
My brother, A.E. Housman : personal recollections together with thirty hitherto unpublished poems by Laurence Housman
The Name and Nature of Poetry and Other Selected Prose by A. E. Housman
The Old School by Simon Raven
Principles of Textual Criticism by James Thorpe
Problems in the life and writings of A. E. Housman by P. G. Naiditch
Textual Editing and Criticism: An Introduction by Erick Kelemen
The Unexpected Years by Laurence Housman
Verdicts Out of Court by Clarence Darrow
Victorian Poetry and Poetics by Walter E. Houghton
The Writer's Voice by A. Alvarez

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Alfred Edward Housman (1859-1936). Best known for his poetry, although he published only two volumes, A Shropshire Lad and Last Poems, in his lifetime. It is believed that most of these poems were written in a short period, in the aftermath of a failed homosexual love involvement. He was left a bitter and withdrawn man, and it showed in his poems, which were nonetheless very popular. He took refuge in academic work, being for many years a professor of Latin. His main work on classical literature was on the Latin writer Manilius, whose work held little interest for him but whose text offered much scope for his skills. His essays on textual criticism are widely quoted in the field for their wit and brevity. His younger brother was Laurence Housman.

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