Oxford University Press, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages
Edward Thomas--professional author, essayist, and critic--was thirty-nine when he was killed at the Arras offensive in 1917. Six months later his first collection of poems was published and his literary reputation secured. These Selected Letters --many addressed to such luminaries as Robert Frost, Walter de la Mare, and Eleanor Farjeon--present a uniquely vivid portrait of his life, from his time as an undergraduate at Oxford through his final days at the front.
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