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Alan Seeger

Author Code: AASX

Born: Jun. 22, 1888 - New York City, New York, USA

Died: Jul. 4, 1916 - Belloy-en-Santerre, France

Seeger was educated at Harvard College where he often contributed verse to the now defunct Harvard Monthly. After graduating in 1910, Seeger spent a couple of years leading a bohemian existence in Greenwich Village, before going to France in 1912. Continuing his hedonistic lifestyle, Seeger finally attempted, although unsuccessfully, to seek a publisher for his poetry and went to London in 1914. Returning to Paris, he enlisted in the French Foreign Legion at the outbreak of World War I. Seeger took part in action at Champagne in October, 1914 and was subsequently wounded in February, 1915. He was invalided due to bronchitis in March, 1916 and spent time recuperating at Biarritz, before returning to the Somme front in June, 1916. During an attack on Belloy-en-Santerre the following month, Seeger was fatally wounded. He was awarded the Croix de Guerre and the Medaille Militaire for bravery. His Poems was published in 1917, a year after his death, and contained the now world famous Rendezvous.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AASX002 Letters and Diary 1917 Posthumous 72 433k eBook Download PDF - 'Letters and Diary' (AASX002) Find a printed copy of Letters and Diary by Alan Seeger at AbeBooks
AASX001 Poems - 1912-1916
  After An Epigram of Clement Marot
  The Aisne
  Ode In Memory of the American Volunteers Fallen for France
  An Ode To Antares
  Antinous
  The Bayadere
  Bellinglise
  Broceliande
  Champagne
  On The Cliffs, Newport
  With A Copy of Shakespeare's Sonnets On Leaving College
  Coucy
  Do You Remember Once...
  To England at the Outbreak of the Balkan War
  Eudaemon
  On A Theme In The Greek Anthology
  The Hosts
  Introduction and Conclusion of a Long Poem
  Juvenilia
  Kyrenaikos
  Liebestod
  I Loved....
  The Old Lowe House, Staten Island
  Lyonesse
  Maktoob
  A Message to America
  Oneata
  I Have A Rendezvous With Death
  The Rendezvous
  Resurgam
  Sonnets - I to XVI
  Sonnets I to XII
  Tezcotzinco
  Tithonus
  At The Tomb of Napoleon Before the Elections in America
  Verginibus Puerisque...
  Vivien
  Written in a Volume of the Comtesse de Noailles
1917 Posthumous 106 483k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems - 1912-1916' (AASX001) Find a printed copy of Poems - 1912-1916 by Alan Seeger at AbeBooks

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