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Isaac Rosenberg

Author Code: EIRX

Born: Nov. 25, 1890 - Bristol, England

Died: Apr. 1, 1918 - Fampoux, France

Rosenberg came from a working-class, Jewish family of Russian emigrants. After leaving school at 14, he worked as an apprentice for Henschel's engraving business in Fleet Street. His talent for art led him to study at the Art School of Birbeck College, London University, where this talent would result in numerous awards. He left Henschel's in 1911 to begin studies at the Slade School of Art, where he continued for two years. In 1914, he moved to South Africa to pursue his career in art and was well-received. When the First World War broke out, Rosenberg decided to return to England, which he did in 1915. At the end of that year he enlisted in the army and took part in a number of engagements over the next two years. He was killed in action at Fampoux in France in 1918. Besides Rosenberg's obvious artistic talent, he had published his first poetry in 1912, entitled Night and Day. He followed this with Youth in 1914. During his military time he produced some of his finest poetry, but a promising literary career was cut short by his early death.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EIRX001 Selected Poetry
  Of Any Old Man
  Break of Day in the Trenches
  Dead Man's Dump
  God
  The Immortals
  The Jew
  Louse Hunting
  On Receiving News ofthe War
  Returning, We Hear the Larks
  Spring
  ‘Through These Pale Cold Days'
  In The Trenches
1912-1918 15 117k eBook Download PDF - 'Selected Poetry' (EIRX001) Find a printed copy of Selected Poetry by Isaac Rosenberg at AbeBooks
EIRX002 Unpublished Poems
  An Early Draft of 'Daughters of War.'
  A Fragment of Prose
  A Fragment
  Love and Lust
  Midsummer Frost
  None Have Seen the Lord of the House
  Noon in the City
1935 Posthumous 10 117k eBook Download PDF - 'Unpublished Poems' (EIRX002)   Download ePub - 'Unpublished Poems' (EIRX002) Find a printed copy of Unpublished Poems by Isaac Rosenberg at AbeBooks

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