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Housman

A(lfred) E(dward). 1859--1936, English poet and classical scholar, author of A Shropshire Lad (1896) and Last Poems (1922)
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Among the panellists is Peter Parker, author of Housman Country, a fascinating investigation of how A Shropshire Lad has permeated English life and culture for over a century, joining the Weekend's chair, Katy Hamilton, on Saturday morning in an exploration of Housman settings "Beyond Wenlock Edge".
Gluten-free pasta, too, remains in a strong growth mode, Housman says, with data from Nielsen showing 7 percent dollar growth and 10 percent equivalent dollar growth for the subcategory during the 52 weeks ending Nov.
Housman desperately wanted to be admired, but refused many honorary degrees and even the Order of Merit.
Jim Page, chairman of the Housman Society, said: "The John Adams Memorial has always had an important place in the Housman Bromsgrove story, so we are delighted that such generous support from Heritage Lottery Fund enables us to have this unique memorial restored.
Housman also advised the group of more than 100 attendees on what to ask potential lenders and also took questions from owners in the crowd.
FONEX, Housman noted, also differentiates itself by the fact that it takes the time to test and evaluate each RAD product, to be positive it works as promised, before providing it to the end customer.
As it turns out--and I was young enough to be surprised by this--I didn't read Housman on the bus full of kids going to New Orleans.
Ellroy nabbed the title of his latest novel, Blood's A Rover, from a line by Housman, who was educated at Birmingham's King Edward's School.
Housman was not involved in the research but is chairman of the scientific advisory board of the FSHD Society, an advocacy group led by patients.
Indiana) and Housman (Goshen College, IN) promote "quantitative literacy" though the medium of deterministic games that reflect decision-theory in action.
Housman is a neglected poet these days, although A Shropshire Lad is usually dusted off for use in Remembrance Day services.
Yet Hemingway's work shows traces of Housman poems from both volumes.