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  • Dylan Thomas: "Do not go gentle into that good night" (2 comments)

  • Translations of "J'ay perdu ma tourterelle" (1 comment)

  • Théodore de Banville (1 comment)

  • Edmund Gosse and Austin Dobson (1 comment)

    • Comment by Content gosse | Gwinnettgas on September 1st, 2012

      […] Edmund Gosse and Austin Dobson – Amanda French0 Gosse also offers his own “Wouldst thou not be content to die” as an example, writing that “In English I do not think any have yet been printed, except one by … […]

  • John McCrae (1 comment)

    • Comment by Nell in Ontario on April 25th, 2015

      Michael was responding not to LHJ editorial material, but to a patriotic marketing full page full colour ad placed by Bauer & Black surgical supplies with several errors place in the US Thanksgiving issue.[ SEE your image of page]. She saw it the day after the False Armistice was announced in New York, and was taken by the American painting by Philip Lyford, doughboys rising to heaven, appropriately bandaged, interpreted as calling out to her personally to remember when lesser mortals – like their families – would forget.  Compare to R W Liliard’s early 1918 much- republished ‘America’s Reply’. He speaks of fighting on, she of herself and openly repeats his final verse.One can wonder how Canadian subscribers to the LHJ reacted to the ad, this butchery of the ‘In Flanders Fields’ story from a country that had so recently abandoned neutrality to take  up arms on our side…     

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