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de la Mare

 (də lə mâr′, dĕl′ə-mâr′), Walter John 1873-1956.
British writer whose delight in fantasy and the supernatural is reflected in his poems and novels, such as The Return (1910).

de la Mare

(də lɑː mɛə)
n
(Biography) Walter (John). 1873–1956, English poet and novelist, noted esp for his evocative verse for children. His works include the volumes of poetry The Listeners and Other Poems (1912) and Peacock Pie (1913) and the novel Memoirs of a Midget (1921)

de la Mare

(də lə ˈmɛər, ˈdɛl ə ˌmɛər)
n.
Walter (John), 1873–1956, English poet, novelist, and playwright.
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The name Walter de la Mare (1873-1956) immediately summons to mind a flurry of poetry--such as these opening lines of "Silver.
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Members of the Early Book Society who have attended conferences in the past will remember Professor de la Mare (1932-2001) with affection, both for her generosity as a scholar and her prowess at croquet.
Robert Graves questioned Walter De la Mare about the following lines in De la Mare's poem, "All That's Past": "ah, no man knows / Through what wild centuries / Roves back the rose.
Session One - Wales 4' lead Guernsey 1' (Wales players first): Ben Thomas 4, 4, lost to Gary Pitschou 6, 5; Ross Owen & Mark Harding 26, bt Tod Priaulx & Chris Dyer 8; Liam Stone, Ian Henderson & Jon Tomlinson 12 drew with William Ceillam, Kris Bichard & Dan De La Mare 12; Chris Prosser, Dean Lewis & Neil Collett 15, bt Steve Desperques, Richard Hill & Matt Le Ber 10; Ken Price & Dai Prosser 22, bt Michael & Steve Le Noury 11; Ross Tomlinson 8, 7, bt Craig Dorey 5, 2 Session Two - Wales 10' lead Guernsey 1': Owen 10, 15, bt Priaulx 1, 1; Stone & Collett 27, bt Hill & Le Ber 4; Thomas, Lewis & R.