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" In summertime on Bredon The bells they sound so clear; Round both the shires they ring them In steeples far and near, A happy noise to hear. Here of a Sunday morning My love and I would lie, And see the coloured counties, And hear the larks so high About... "
Notes and Queries - Page 220
1908
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New Outlook, Volume 95

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1910
...Worcestershire, because she had always wanted to ever since she had learned a song which began : " In summertime on Bredon The bells they sound so clear...hear. Here of a Sunday morning My love and I would lie, And see the colored counties, And hear the larks so high About us in tlje sky." That line about...
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Poets of the Younger Generation

William Archer - English poetry - 1902 - 564 pages
...remain merely "A Shropshire Lad," his place among English poets is secure. BRECON* HILL. In summer time on Bredon The bells they sound so clear ; Round both...hear. Here of a Sunday morning My love and I would lie. And see the coloured counties. And hear the larks so high About us in the sky. The bells would...
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Elementary Composition

Dorothy Canfield Fisher, George Rice Carpenter - English language - 1906 - 274 pages
...Till setting of the For when they rang the evening bell The battle was scarce In summer time in Breton The bells they sound so clear. Round both the shires they ring them In steeples far and An excellent exercise for training your ear is to have some one read verse aloud to you, leaving you...
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A Shropshire Lad

Alfred Edward Housman - Poetry - 1908 - 125 pages
...brooks And azure meres I spy A silly lad that longs and looks And wishes he were I. XXI BREDON1 HILL IN summertime on Bredon The bells they sound so clear...hear. Here of a Sunday morning My love and I would lie, And see the coloured counties, And hear the larks so high About us in the sky. The bells would...
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The Slowcoach

Edward Verrall Lucas - Brothers and sisters - 1910 - 284 pages
...in Worcestershire, because she had always wanted to ever since she had learned a song which began: "In summertime on Bredon The bells they sound so clear;...hear. " Here of a Sunday morning My love and I would lie, And see the coloured counties, And hear the larks so high About us in the sky." That line about...
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Denys the Dreamer

Katharine Tynan - 1920 - 274 pages
...Don't you know the poem?' She lilted the song to herself in a soft undertone : — 'In summer time on Bredon The bells they sound so clear Round both...they ring them, In steeples far and near, A happy sound to hear. Here of a Sunday morning My love and I would he And see the coloured countries, And...
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The Collected Poems of A. E. Housman

A. E. Housman - Poetry - 1971 - 254 pages
...brooks And azure meres I spy A silly lad that longs and looks And wishes he were I. 34 XXI BREDON1 HILL In summertime on Bredon The bells they sound so clear;...hear. Here of a Sunday morning My love and I would lie, And see the coloured counties, And hear the larks so high About us in the sky. The bells would...
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Critical History of English Literature, Volumes 1-4

Daiches David - 1969 - 800 pages
...common ballad stanza can achieve renarkable emotional effect, as it does in the poem "Bredon Hill," In summertime on Bredon The bells they sound so clear;...them In steeples far and near, A happy noise to hear. The description of love and hope on Bredon is followed by an account, sufficiently brief and concentrated,...
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Leading Questions

Malcolm Peet, David Robinson - English language - 1992 - 288 pages
...time and be someone whose idea of what poetry is comes from reading late Victorian verse like this: In summertime on Bredon The bells they sound so clear;...them In steeples far and near, A happy noise to hear AE Housman or perhaps this: The sleep-flower sways in the wheat its head, Heavy with dreams, as that...
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The Works of A. E. Housman

Alfred Edward Housman - Poetry - 1994 - 192 pages
...brooks And azure meres I spy A silly lad that longs and looks And wishes he were I. 20 21 Bredon* Hill In summertime on Bredon The bells they sound so clear;...hear. Here of a Sunday morning My love and I would lie, And see the coloured counties, And hear die larks so high About us in the sky. The bells would...
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