Edward Marsh

Standard Name: Marsh, Edward


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Friends, Associates Storm Jameson
Michael Sadleir first took Jameson to the Thursday evening salons hosted by Naomi Royde-Smith at her Queen's Gate home. These gatherings were attended by Rose Macaulay , Arnold Bennett , Edward Marsh , and Frank Swinnerton
Publishing Rupert Brooke
1914 and Other Poems became a bestseller.
Parker, Peter, editor. A Reader’s Guide to Twentieth-Century Writers. Oxford University Press.
There were two New York editions of The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke in 1915: one from Dodd, Mead and one from John Lane . The pagination...
Publishing Blanche Warre Cornish
The first collection had a second edition of fifty-five copies (edited with a few corrections by R. E. Gathorne-Hardy and with additions contributed by Edward Marsh ) at Cairo for the Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale
Textual Production Iris Tree
Not long afterwards, IT was discovered again, this time by classical scholar Edward Marsh .
Marsh was editor of Rupert Brooke 's poems and of the anthology Georgian Poetry, whose five volumes appeared between...
Textual Production Rupert Brooke
RB began publishing young. His single-sheet The Pyramids appeared in May 1904 and his prize poem The Bastille in 1905, both at Rugby, before his first collection of poetry in 1911. He was involved...


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Brooke, Rupert, and Henry James. Letters From America. Editor Marsh, Edward, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1916.