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Harold Monro

a.k.a. Harold Edward Monro

Author Code: EHMO

Born: Mar. 14, 1879 - Brussels, Belgium

Died: Mar. 16, 1932 - Broadstairs, Kent, England

Educated at Radley College and Caius College, Cambridge, Monro initially tried his hand at poultry farming in Ireland. He returned to England and published Poems in 1906. He then established the Samurai Press in Haslemere, Surrey and helped to publish works by Wilfrid Gibson and John Drinkwater. He moved to London in 1911 and founded The Poetry Review the following year. In 1913, he opened The Poetry Bookshop in Bloomsbury which served as a publishing house for young poets and provided a venue for readings. During the First World War, he served as an officer in an anti-aircraft battery and also spent some time in the War Office. He returned to London after the war and continued running the Poetry Bookshop and founded the magazine Monthly Chapbook, which ran until 1925. Although he was better known during his lifetime as an editor and publisher, his own poetry was held in esteem by his contemporaries. In 1929, he published Twentieth Century Poetry, which became a modern classic. His other works include Proposals for a Voluntary Nobility (1907), The Chronicle of a Pilgrimage (1909), Before Dawn (1911), Children of Love (1914), The Earth For Sale (1928), Elm Angel (1930) and Collected Poems (1933 Posthumous).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EHMO001 Children of Love
  Appointment
  Children of Love
  The Departure
  Great City
  Hearthstone
  London Interior
  Milk for the Cat
  Overheard on A Saltmarsh
  The Poets Are Waiting
  The Rebellious Vine
  The Strange Companion
  Suburb
  Youth in Arms
1914 17 148k eBook Download PDF - 'Children of Love' (EHMO001)   Download ePub - 'Children of Love' (EHMO001) Find a printed copy of Children of Love by Harold Monro at AbeBooks
EHMO002 Real Property
  City-Storm
  Dog
  Earthliness
  Fate
  From An Old House
  The Garden
  Goldfish
  Gravity
  Introspection
  Man Carrying Bale
  The Nightingale Near the House
  One Moment Only
  Outside Eden
  Prayer to Memory
  Real Property
  The Silent Pool
  Spring
  Thistledown
  Underworld
  Unknown Country
  While We Sleep
1922 36 170k eBook Download PDF - 'Real Property' (EHMO002)   Download ePub - 'Real Property' (EHMO002) Find a printed copy of Real Property by Harold Monro at AbeBooks

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