“It’s the most astonishing line break I’ve ever encountered. It’s the sound of a culture’s poetic history cracking in half.”Glyn Maxwell on Ivor Gurney’s poem “To His Love.”

“It’s the most astonishing line break I’ve ever encountered. It’s the sound of a culture’s poetic history cracking in half.”

Glyn Maxwell on Ivor Gurney’s poem “To His Love.”

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    A remarkable poem, included at the end of the commentary.
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    I hope you had a good Veteran’s Day off. Here’s a short, but interesting article about a poet’s grave experience in war.
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