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T. E. Hulme

a.k.a. Thomas Ernest Hulme

Author Code: ETEH

Born: Sep. 16, 1883 - Gratton Hall, Endon, Staffordshire, England

Died: Sep. 28, 1917 - Oostduinkerke, West Flanders, Belgium

Educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, Hulme was expelled in 1904 and entered University College, London where he continued his studies for a time before traveling to Canada. He returned to England and undertook a number of translations including Bergson and Sorel. He then taught English in Belgium for some time before returning to England. Having developed an interest in poetry, he joined various poet groups and was made secretary of the Poet's Club. In 1908, he delivered his paper, A Lecture on Modern Poetry, to the club that had a strong influence on a number of poets of the time including Ezra Pound, Robert Frost and Henry Newbolt. In 1912, a number of his poems were published in New Age. He enlisted in the army in 1914, serving with the Royal Marine Artillery in France and Belgium where he was wounded in 1915. He continued writing for New Age during this period, producing some influential criticisms. In 1917, he was killed in action by a shell in Flanders. His other works include The Complete Poetical Works (1912), Hunger (1916), Speculations (1924-Posthumous) and Further Speculations (1955-Posthumous).

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ETEH001 The Complete Poetical Works
  Above the Dock
  Autumn
  Conversion
  The Embankment
  Mana Aboda
  Trenches (St. Eloi)
1915 8 122k eBook Download PDF - 'The Complete Poetical Works' (ETEH001) Find a printed copy of The Complete Poetical Works by T. E. Hulme at AbeBooks

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