Anchors aweigh: verses by midshipmen of the United States navy

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the Norman, Remington company, 1924 - Poetry - 195 pages
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While some of these poems are stuck in late Victorian diction, a few of them bust through their own constraints and glow with the vitality of experience at sea. For instance, "Destroyer Men," by Berton Braley, is a gritty and magnificent piece that, as a former US Navy sailor, speaks to my own experience. For anyone interested poems about the sea and Navy life, I imagine this book would be of interest. I am disappointed it is unavailable here.  


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