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|Author||Gurney, Ivor (1890-1937)|
|Notes||Typescript in red and black ink, with red ink punctuation corrections added 'conjecturally by M. M. S. (Marion Scott) as probably being what the poet intended.' Possibly amongst those poems submitted to and rejected by the firm Sidgwick and Jackson in 1922. Multiple versions of the poem survive. This version substitutes 'Jack London' for 'Quebec, Stewart White' in line 16, and is close to the draft included in P.J. Kavanagh's 'Ivor Gurney: Collected Poems' (2004).|
|Item Date||1920 - 1922|
|Collection ID||Papers of Ivor Gurney 16.30|
|Repository name||The Ivor Gurney Archive|
|Repository address||Gloucestershire Archives|
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