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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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Housman's renowned poetry volume A Shropshire Lad followed themes of pastoral beauty, unrequited love, fleeting youth, grief, death and patriotism.
In investigating suppliers, Housman says he was looking for a company that not only knew how to build packaging equipment, but also understood the type of products produced by LifeLine and its concerns around dust, sanitation, food safety, and food quality.
This study provides support for recent research which suggests energy drink use increases consumption of other substances including alcohol (Gallucci et al., 2016; Housman et al., 2016; Housman et al., 2017; Terry-McElrath et al., 2014; Woolsey et al., 2015a) While much of the research on energy drinks and alcohol focuses on the combined use of these two substances, this study provides additional evidence suggesting that young adults who regularly consume energy drinks may also be more likely to regularly use, misuse, or abuse alcohol.
Housman wrote the stanzas while living in the north London suburb of Hampstead Village in a substantial property that was the first of his former homes to get a Blue Plaque.
The three Housman's characters: the Moon Princess, the Prince, and the underground-dwelling gnome/mole reflect the Victorian faith in a trifold structure of man: "There is an earthly man and the natural man; but there is above all a spiritual man" (Stanley 1879: 207).
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 (1859-1936) belongs with the sexually tormented Victorian writers: the masochistic Swinburne; the impotent Carlyle and Ruskin; the repressed homosexuals: FitzGerald, Lear, Carroll, Pater, and Hopkins; and the unhappily married homosexuals: Symonds, Wilde, Barrie, and Maugham.
Housman does qualify, in no insignificant part, as a poet of the nineties.
Housman are rather unexpected; others, such as Thomas Hardy, are more often associated with peacetime poetry.
And for Linda Saupe, her husband Tom, Ward Holloway and Ken Housman, all members of the West Brick Schoolhouse Committee, therein lies the challenge.
Six Poets: Hardy to Larkin, An Anthology, will contain more than 100 poems from Thomas Hardy, A E Housman, John Betjeman, W H Auden, Louis MacNeice and Philip Larkin, with Bennett's commentary discussing their style and charting his own reactions to their work.
Ora.TV is being run by Jon Housman, who most recently became president of digital journalism for News Corp, Fox News reported.