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Henry Newbolt

a.k.a. Henry John Newbolt

Author Code: EHJN

Born: Jun. 6, 1862 - Bilston, Staffordshire, England

Died: Apr. 19, 1938 - London, England

Educated at Clifton College, Bristol and Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Newbolt studied law and became a barrister at the Chancery Bar. A Victorian in the strictest sense of the term, Newbolt became a writer who espoused the concepts of chivalry and fair play. In 1892, he published his first work, the novel Taken From the Enemy, but it was his book of ballads, Admirals All, which appeared in 1897, that cemented his literary position. By 1899, he left the practice of law to devote his time to writing. In 1904, he published Songs of the Sea which was both stirring and immensely popular. From 1900 to 1905, he edited the Monthly Review magazine. During the First World War he worked for the Propaganda Department and eventually became the controller of telecommunications. He was knighted in 1915 and awarded the Companion of Honour in 1922. His other works include Mordred: A Tragedy (1895), The Island Race (1898), The Sailing of the Long-Ships (1902), The Old Country (1906), The New June (1909), The Naval History of the Great War (1920) and his autobiography My World As in my Time (1932).

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EHJN001 Collected Poems
  Admiral Death
  Admirals All
  Among The Tombs
  April On Waggon Hill
  A Ballad of John Nicholson
  The Best School of All
  The Bright Medusa
  The Building Of The Temple
  Clifton Chapel
  Commemoration
  Craven
  The Death Of Admiral Blake
  Drake's Drum
  The Echo
  England
  Felix Antonius
  Fidele's Grassy Tomb
  The Fighting Téméraire
  For A Trafalgar Cenotaph
  From Generation To Generation
  Gavotte
  The Gay Gordons
  Gillespie
  The Grenadier's Good-Bye
  The Guides at Cabul
  Hawke
  He Fell Among Thieves
  By The Hearth-Stone
  Homeward Bound
  Hope The Hornblower
  Hymn - In The Time Of War And Tumults
  Imogen
  In July
  The Invasion
  Ionicus
  Ireland, Ireland
  The King Of England
  The Last Word
  Laudabunt Alii
  Master And Man
  Messmates
  Minora Sidera
  Moonset
  Nel Mezzo Del Cammin
  The Nile
  The Non-Combatant
  Northumberland
  O Pulchritudo
  The Old Superb
  On Spion Kop
  The Only Son
  Outward Bound
  Peace
  Pereunt Et Imputantur
  The Quarter-Gunner's Yarn
  Rondel
  The Sailing Of The Long-Ships
  San Stefano
  The School At War
  The Schoolfellow
  Seringapatam
  A Song Of Exmoor
  A Sower
  Sráhmandázi
  The Sufi In The City
  Væ Victis
  Victoria Regina
  The Vigil
  The Viking's Song
  Vitaï Lampada
  The Volunteer
  Waggon Hill
  When I Remember
  Yattendon
1897-1907 92 398k eBook Download PDF - 'Collected Poems' (EHJN001) Find a printed copy of Collected Poems by Henry Newbolt at AbeBooks
EHJN002 Mordred: A Tragedy [Play] 1895 88 386k eBook Download PDF - 'Mordred: A Tragedy [Play]' (EHJN002) Find a printed copy of Mordred: A Tragedy [Play] by Henry Newbolt at AbeBooks

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