A. E. Housman

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Noun1.A. E. Housman - English poet (1859-1936)
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The evening will include a selection of classics from writers such as Wilfred Owen, AE Housman, John Betjeman and George Bernard Shaw, as well as some new gems and a chilling ghost story.
The Roy Davids Collection brings together manuscripts and portraits connected with key literary figures, including TS Eliot, AE Housman, Samuel Coleridge, Thomas Hardy, Charlotte Bronte and Ted Hughes.
The working draft of Ginsberg's poem will be auctioned alongside works by TS Eliot, AE Housman, Samuel Coleridge, Thomas Hardy, Charlotte Bronte and Ted Hughes.
In A Shropshire Lad AE Housman wrote the verse: Clunton and Clunbury, Clungunford and Clun, Are the quietest places Under the sun.
Thomas Hardy, DH Lawrence and AE Housman are famous examples of writers who were never recorded reading their own work.
The archive will feature working poets such as Harold Pinter, Margaret Atwood and Seamus Heaney but the archive's founders said there are no recordings of people such as DH Lawrence, AE Housman and Thomas Hardy.
The working draft of Ginsberg's poem was auctioned alongside works by TS Eliot, AE Housman, Thomas Hardy, Samuel Coleridge, Charlotte Bronte and Ted Hughes.