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J. C. Squire

a.k.a. Sir John Collings Squire

Author Code: EJCS

Born: Apr. 2, 1884 - Plymouth, England

Died: Dec. 20, 1958 - Rushlake Green, Sussex, England

Educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, Squire worked for the Western Daily Mercury, the Sheffield Independent and the National Press Agency before becoming the literary editor of the New Statesman in 1913. In 1917, he was appointed acting editor, but in 1919 decided to leave and set up the London Mercury where he took up the editorial role. In 1921, he published Collected Parodies, which was hugely popular. As editor of the Mercury he encouraged many young poets. In 1933 he was knighted. After retiring from the Mercury in 1934, he acted as a reviewer for The Observer. From the late 1930's, his popularity waned, although he continued to work as a reviewer for many years for the Illustrated London News. He met Mussolini and flirted with Fascism during the 1930's. He lost his son to the war and in 1947 was declared bankrupt. His works include Imaginary Speeches (1912), Steps to Parnassus (1913), Tricks of the Trade (1917), The Birds and Other Poems (1919), Life and Letters (1920), Grub Street Nights (1924), Apes and Parrots (1928), Flowers of Speech (1935), The Honeysuckle and the Bee (1937) and Water Music (1939).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EJCS003 Poems - First Series
  Acacia Tree
  Antinomies on A Railway Station
  Arab Song
  Artemis Altera
  At Night
  August Moon
  Behind the Lines
  To A Bull-dog
  A Chant
  Crepuscular
  A Day
  Dialogue
  Echoes
  Epilogue
  Faith
  Florian's Song
  For Music
  A Fresh Morning
  Friendship's Garland
  The Fugitive
  A Generation
  A House
  I Shall Make Beauty
  In A Chair
  In An Orchard
  In the Park
  Interior
  The Lake
  The Lily of Malud
  Lines
  The March
  The Mind of Man
  Ode: In A Restaurant
  On A Friend Recently Dead
  Paradise Lost
  Prologue: In Darkness
  A Reasonable Protestation
  Rivers
  The Roof
  The Ship
  Song - Eyes Like Flowers and Falling Hair
  Song - There is A Wood
  Sonnet
  Starlight
  The Stronghold
  The Three Hills
  Town
  Tree-tops
  Under
1918 83 246k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems - First Series' (EJCS003)   Download ePub - 'Poems - First Series' (EJCS003) Find a printed copy of Poems - First Series by J. C. Squire at AbeBooks
EJCS004 Poems - Second Series
  Airship Over Suburb
  The Birds
  Constantinople
  A Dog's Death
  Elegy
  An Epilogue
  Epitaph in Old Mode
  A Far Place
  Fen Landscape
  The Happy Night
  Harlequin
  An Impression Received From A Symphony
  The Invocation of Lucretius
  Late Snow
  Meditation in Lamplight
  The Moon
  To A Musician
  Old Song
  A Poet to His Muse
  Processes of Thought
  The Rugger Match
  Song - The Heaven is Full of the Moon's Light
  Song - You Are My Sky
  Wars and Rumours, 1920
  Winter Nightfall
1922 49 205k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems - Second Series' (EJCS004)   Download ePub - 'Poems - Second Series' (EJCS004) Find a printed copy of Poems - Second Series by J. C. Squire at AbeBooks
EJCS002 The Survival of the Fittest and Other Poems
  Arms and the Politician; or, The Pilgrims' Progress
  Christmas Hymn for Lambeth
  The Dilemma
  The Entente
  The Higher Life for Clergymen
  Inexperto Crede
  Lord Molasses
  On Base Metals
  The Survival of the Fittest
  A Tribute to the Memory of Richard Porson
  The Trinity
1916 16 138k eBook Download PDF - 'The Survival of the Fittest and Other Poems' (EJCS002)   Download ePub - 'The Survival of the Fittest and Other Poems' (EJCS002) Find a printed copy of The Survival of the Fittest and Other Poems by J. C. Squire at AbeBooks
EJCS001 The Three Hills and Other Poems
  Antinomies on a Railway Station
  Artemis Altera
  At Night
  A Chant
  Crepuscular
  A Day
  Dialogue
  Echoes
  Epilogue
  Florian's Song
  For Music
  Friendship's Garland
  The Fugitive
  In a Chair
  In an Orchard
  In the Park
  Lines
  A Memorial
  The Mind of Man
  A Reasonable Protestation
  The Roof
  Song
  Starlight
  The Three Hills
  Town
  Treetops
1913 44 163k eBook Download PDF - 'The Three Hills and Other Poems' (EJCS001)   Download ePub - 'The Three Hills and Other Poems' (EJCS001) Find a printed copy of The Three Hills and Other Poems by J. C. Squire at AbeBooks

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