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POEMS

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY
SIEGFRIED SASSOON
AND
A PORTRAIT OF THE AUTHOR




"He was a man of absolute integrity of mind. He never wrote his poems (as so many war-poets did) to make the effect of a personal gesture. He pitied others; he did not pity himself. In the last year of his life he attained a clear vision of what he needed to say, and these poems survive him as his true and splendid testament."—Siegfried Sasson



SIX SHILLINGS NET