'Should be read by anyone with the slightest interest in A.E. Houseman.' - Neil Powell, Times Literary Supplement 'These essays will interest and stimulate both general readers and scholars. Contemporary poets might be edified too.' - Simon Curtis, The Thomas Hardy Journal 'Geoffrey Hill's 'Tacit Pledges' and John Bayley's 'Lewis Carroll in Shropshire' - the most engaging as well as the most distinguished essay in the book - should be read by anyone with the slightest interst in A. E. Housman.' - Times Literary Supplement
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About the Author
Alan W. Holden has been editor, since 1987, of the Housman Society Journal.
J. Roy Birch is editor of The Selected Comic Poems of Housman: "Unkind to Unicorns."