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Edward Thomas

a.k.a. Philip Edward Thomas, Edward Eastaway *

Author Code: EEDT

Born: Mar. 3, 1878 - Lambeth, London, England

Died: Apr. 9, 1917 - Arras, France

Educated at Lincoln College, Oxford, where he won a scholarship in history, Thomas began his writing career while still at college. He published his first book, The Woodland Life, a study of English natural history, in 1897. In 1899, he married Helen Noble. During the years following graduation, Thomas earned a reasonable living writing essays, biographies, reviews and doing some editorial work. In 1905, he began working as a literary critic for the London Daily Chronicle and became good friends with the poet W.H. Davies, who he encouraged. In 1914, while living in Gloucestershire, Thomas met Robert Frost, who was living nearby, and the two became close friends. Frost encouraged Thomas to write poetry and the two formed part of the Dymlock Poets, with Rupert Brooke, Wilfrid Gibson and John Drinkwater. Thomas published a few poems under the pseudonym of Edward Eastaway during this period. From 1914 to 1917, he wrote 143 poems, the majority of which were published after his death. In 1915, Thomas enlisted in the Artist's Rifles and later became attached to an artillery unit. He was killed on Easter Sunday by an exploding shell at the battle of Arras. Thomas is one of the sixteen wartime poets commemorated at Westminster Abbey. His other works include The Heart of England (1906), The South Country (1909), Richard Jefferies (1909), The Icknield Way (1913), The Happy-go-Lucky Morgans (1913), Poems (1917 Posthumous) and Last Poems (1918 Posthumous).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EEDT003 Cloud Castle and Other Papers
  Aunt Ann's Cottage
  Bronwen: A Welsh Idyll
  Cloud Castle
  A Colloquy in a Library
  Death by Misadventure
  Felix
  Helen
  Isoud
  A Man of the Woods
  Mike
  The Moon
  Morgan
  Saved Time
  Seven Tramps: a Study in Brown
  The Ship of Swallows
1922 Posthumous 47 306k eBook Download PDF - 'Cloud Castle and Other Papers' (EEDT003) Find a printed copy of Cloud Castle and Other Papers by Edward Thomas at AbeBooks
EEDT008 The Country 1913 14 160k eBook Download PDF - 'The Country' (EEDT008)   Download ePub - 'The Country' (EEDT008) Find a printed copy of The Country by Edward Thomas at AbeBooks
EEDT006 Horae Solitariae
  Broken Memories
  Caryatids
  Digressions on Fish and Fishing
  Epitaphs as a Form of English Literature
  Exiles at Play
  February in England
  A Gentle Craftsman
  Hengest: A Kentish Study
  Horae Solitariae
  Inns and Books
  Isoud With the White Hands
  On the Evenlode
  The Passing of Pan
  Recollections of November
  Two Scholars
1902 52 338k eBook Download PDF - 'Horae Solitariae' (EEDT006) Find a printed copy of Horae Solitariae by Edward Thomas at AbeBooks
EEDT002 Last Poems
  After Rain
  Ambition
  April
  The Ash Grove
  Aspens
  The Barn and the Down
  The Barn
  Beauty
  The Brook
  But These Things Also
  A Cat
  Celandine
  The Chalk-Pit
  The Child in the Orchard
  The Child on the Cliffs
  The Cuckoo
  The Dark Forest
  Digging
  Digging - 2
  A Dream
  February Afternoon
  First Known When Lost
  For These
  Good-Night
  The Gypsy
  Health
  The Hollow Wood
  Home
  Home - 2
  House and Man
  I Built Myself a House of Glass
  I Never Saw That Land Before
  July
  The Lofty Sky
  Lovers
  Man and Dog
  March
  March the Third
  The Mill-Water
  The Mountain Chapel
  The New House
  The New Year
  No One Cares Less Than I
  Old Man
  An Old Song
  The Other
  Out in the Dark
  Over the Hills
  Parting
  A Private
  Roads
  Sedge-Warblers
  She Dotes
  Snow
  Song
  The Source
  A Tale
  That Girl's Clear Eyes
  There Was a Time
  These Things That Poets Said
  This Is No Case of Petty Right or Wrong
  The Thrush
  To-night
  Two Houses
  Under the Woods
  The Unknown Bird
  The Unknown
  The Wasp Trap
  What Will They Do?
  Wind and Mist
  The Word
1918 77 263k eBook Download PDF - 'Last Poems' (EEDT002) Find a printed copy of Last Poems by Edward Thomas at AbeBooks
EEDT004 Light and Twilight
  The Artist
  The Attempt
  Barque D'Amour
  The Castle of Lostormellyn
  The End of a Day
  The Flower-Gatherer
  A Group of Statuary
  Hawthornden
  Home
  The Island
  July
  Olwen
  The Stile
  Winter Music
1911 49 295k eBook Download PDF - 'Light and Twilight' (EEDT004) Find a printed copy of Light and Twilight by Edward Thomas at AbeBooks
EEDT001 Poems
  Adlestrop
  After You Speak
  And You, Helen
  As the Team's Head-brass
  Birds' Nests
  The Bridge
  Bright Clouds
  The Cherry Trees
  The Clouds That Are So Light
  Cock-crow
  The Combe
  Early One Morning
  Fifty Faggots
  The Gallows
  A Gentleman
  The Glory
  Gone, Gone Again
  The Green Roads
  Haymaking
  Head and Bottle
  "Home"
  How at Once
  The Huxter
  If I Should Ever by Chance
  If I Were to Own
  In Memoriam
  Interval
  It Rains
  It Was Upon
  Liberty
  Lights Out
  Like the Touch of Rain
  Lob
  The Long Small Room
  The Manor Farm
  May 23
  Melancholy
  The Mill-Pond
  November
  October
  An Old Song
  The Owl
  The Path
  The Penny Whistle
  Rain
  The Sheiling
  The Sign-post
  Some Eyes Condemn
  Sowing
  The Sun Used to Shine
  Swedes
  Tall Nettles
  Tears
  Thaw
  There's Nothing like the Sun
  The Trumpet
  Two Pewits
  What Shall I Give?
  When First
  When He Should Laugh
  When We Two Walked
  Will You Come?
  Women He Liked
  Words
1917 Posthumous 68 235k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems' (EEDT001) Find a printed copy of Poems by Edward Thomas at AbeBooks
EEDT005 Snow and Sand 1910 4 111k eBook Download PDF - 'Snow and Sand' (EEDT005) Find a printed copy of Snow and Sand by Edward Thomas at AbeBooks
EEDT007 Two Poets 1909 5 133k eBook Download PDF - 'Two Poets' (EEDT007) Find a printed copy of Two Poets by Edward Thomas at AbeBooks

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