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"This is a miniature epic, or saga, its eloquent but unforced prose making it a book that will stand high among Masefield's productions. . . . Masefield writes of the military aspect of the campaign with a rare facility for pictorial expression . . . a splendid story of bravery splendidly told."—New York Evening Post.

The Old Front Line

Illustrated. Cloth, 12mo, $1.00

What Mr. Masefield did for the Gallipoli Campaign, he now does for the Campaign in France. His subject is the old front line as it was when the battle of the Somme began. His account is vivid and gripping a huge conflict seen through the eyes of a great poet, this is the book.

Good Friday and Other Poems


Cloth. $1.25. Leather, $1.75

"Reveals an interesting development in poetic thought and expression . . . a new Masefield . . . who has never written with more dignity, nor with more artistry. Those who go in quest of Beauty will find her here. . . . Here is beauty of impression, beauty of expression, beauty of thought, and beauty of phrase."—The New York Times.

The Story of a Round-House, and Other Poems

New and revised edition, $1.30. Leather, $1.75

"The story of that rounding of the Horn! Never in prose has the sea been so tremendously described."—Chicago Evening Post.

"Masefield has prisoned in verse the spirit of life at sea."—N. Y. Sun.



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