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The Secret Battle by A. P. Herbert -

Published just after the war, the protagonist, Harry Penrose is accused of cowardice and executed by firing squad. His story is one of heroics and, rather than cowardice, he is judiciously retreating to fight another day. Based on many of Herbert's own experiences, the book was the first novel to discuss execution for desertion and is said to have helped to alter the Army's policy. Lloyd George couldn't put it down and Churchill praised it.


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Edward Thomas

Educated at Lincoln College, Oxford, where he won a scholarship in history, Thomas began his writing career while still at college. He published his first book, The Woodland Life, a study of English natural history, in 1897. In 1899, he married Helen Noble. During the years following graduation, Thomas earned a reasonable living writing essays, biographies, reviews and doing some editorial work. In 1905, he began working as a literary critic for the London Daily Chronicle and became good friends with the poet W.H. Davies, who he encouraged. In 1914, while living in Gloucestershire, Thomas met Robert Frost, who was living nearby, and the two became close friends. Frost encouraged Thomas to write poetry and the two formed part of the Dymlock Poets, with Rupert Brooke, Wilfrid Gibson and John Drinkwater. Thomas published a few poems under the pseudonym of Edward Eastaway during this period. From 1914 to 1917, he wrote 143 poems, the majority of which were published after his death. In 1915, Thomas enlisted in the Artist's Rifles and later became attached to an artillery unit. He was killed on Easter Sunday by an exploding shell at the battle of Arras. Thomas is one of the sixteen wartime poets commemorated at Westminster Abbey. His other works include The Heart of England (1906), The South Country (1909), Richard Jefferies (1909), The Icknield Way (1913), The Happy-go-Lucky Morgans (1913), Poems (1917 Posthumous) and Last Poems (1918 Posthumous).

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"Radio Man"
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Sacred and Profane Love and Other Poems
(Alfred Austin)
Time Bum
(Cyril M. Kornbluth)
The Reversible Revolutions
(Cyril M. Kornbluth)
The Absolute At Large
(Karel Capek)
Nocturne - Op. 22
(Charles-Valentin Alkan)
The Girl In the Cellar
(Patricia Wentworth *)
Our New Selection
(Steele Rudd *)
On Our Selection
(Steele Rudd *)
Parade of the Empty Shoes
(Merle Constiner)
You Can't Hit a Woman
(Peter Cheyney *)
Money Rider
(Todhunter Ballard)
Brassguts
(Luke Short *)
The Eye of Osiris
(R. Austin Freeman)
Bandit Lawman
(Luke Short *)
Some Dogs Steal
(Luke Short *)
Lighter Than You Think
(Nelson S. Bond)
The Golden Pool
(R. Austin Freeman)
The Second Gong
(Agatha Christie)
The Beach of Falesa
(Dylan Thomas)
Of Mice and Men
(John Steinbeck)
Two Poems
(John Freeman)
Land Life: A Speculation
(Isaac Asimov)
The Ultimate Speed Limit
(Isaac Asimov)
The Passion of Orpheus
(Bryce Walton)
The Springs of Music
(Ivor Gurney)
Poems
(Gustavo Adolfo Becquer)
Plautus in the Convent
(Conrad Ferdinand Meyer)
Keep Your Own Secret [Play]
(Pedro Calderon de la Barca)
The Bogie Men [Play]
(Lady Augusta Gregory)
Supreme Court - Miller v. California
( Documents - US National)
Selected Poetry
(Conrad Ferdinand Meyer)
Guide of the Desert
(Gustave Aimard *)
The Theft of the Royal Ruby
(Agatha Christie)
Stoneheart
(Gustave Aimard *)
Fair Eckbert
(Ludwig Tieck)
"Bethink Yourselves"
(Leo Tolstoy)
Selected Poetry
(Ferdinand Freiligrath)
The Young Woman Citizen
(Mary Austin)
Paris
(John Steinbeck)
More About Aristocracy
(John Steinbeck)
Sanctuary
(Agatha Christie)
A Plea to Teachers
(John Steinbeck)
A Horse of Another Killer
(T. T. Flynn)
The Virgin in Judgment
(Eden Phillpotts)
The Flaming God
(Isaac Asimov)
A Difficult Problem
(Anna Katherine Green)
The Gray Madam
(Anna Katherine Green)
Let the Flag Fly Free
(Todhunter Ballard)
The Sunny Side
(A. A. Milne)
The Bookworm
(Isaac Asimov)
Barefoot in Athens [Play]
(Maxwell Anderson)
Article From Caretas
(Federico More)
The Freebooters
(Gustave Aimard *)
The White Scalper
(Gustave Aimard *)
The Grizzly King
(James Oliver Curwood)
Miscellaneous Pieces, In Prose - John Aikin & Anna Barbauld
( Various Authors)
The Collapse of Capitalistic Government
(Brooks Adams)
Reciprocity or the Alternative
(Brooks Adams)
Interlude [Play]
(Federico More)
Letter From a Desperate
(Federico More)
Elsie and the Child
(Arnold Bennett)
Selected Poetry
(Garcia Lorca)
The Border Rifles
(Gustave Aimard *)
The Potboiler [Play]
(Alice Gerstenberg)



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