The Wordsworth Book of First World War Poetry ed Marcus Clapham

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First WW Inside

 

Mark

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

14 3.97

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

Graham

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


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