Masefield


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 (mās′fēld′), John 1878-1967.
British writer primarily known for his poetry, including The Everlasting Mercy (1911) and the Chaucerian Reynard the Fox (1919). He became poet laureate in 1930.

Masefield

(ˈmeɪsˌfiːld)
n
(Biography) John. 1878–1967, English poet, novelist, and critic; poet laureate (1930–67)

Mase•field

(ˈmeɪsˌfild, ˈmeɪz-)

n.
John, 1878–1967, English poet: poet laureate 1930–67.
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John Masefield has daringly enlarged the field of poetry by frank but very sincere treatment of extremely realistic subjects.
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In 1903, Crommelin's grand-daughter Constance married John Masefield the "poet of the sea" who was to become England's poet laureate.
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Edward Bennett, 47, from Station Terrace, Penrhiwceiber, and Stephen Bennett, 53, from Masefield Way, Pontypridd, deny murdering Mark Jones in Mountain Ash.
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1967: John Masefield, Poet Laureate from 1930, died.
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Hourly "in all that time," wrote John Masefield in his account Gallipoli, "[the soldier] has seen his friends blown to pieces at his side, or dismembered, or drowned, or driven mad, or stabbed, or sniped by some unseen stalker.
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