The Wordsworth Book of First World War Poetry Marcus Clapham (editor)

The Wordsworth Book of First World War Poetry ed Marcus Clapham

Mark

Thanks again for repeating your success in the Housman last year tonight in ‘None that go’

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Good luck for all your future singing – you mustn’t stop.

Graham

Comments

  1. helenajust says:

    “Thanks again for repeating your success in the Housman last year tonight in ‘None that go’”

    I suspect from the next sentence that “None that go” is a collection of poems set to music. “None that go” is part of a line in Housman’s “On the idle hill of summer”.

  2. waynebg says:

    Many thanks, Helena. Have amended. The moral of this find is: I need to read Housman…

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