This is a poetry book. The author started in May 1913 on a journey to the United States, Canada, and the South Seas, from which he returned next year at the beginning of June. The first thirteen chapters of this book were written as letters to the Westminster Gazette. He would probably not have republished them in their present form, as he intended to write a longer book on his travels; but they are now printed with only the correction of a few evident slips. The two remaining chapters appeared in the New Statesman, soon after the outbreak of war.
|Publisher:||Beaufort Books, Incorporated|
|Edition description:||1st ed|
About the Author
Acclaimed British poet Rupert Brooke (18871915) is perhaps best remembered for his war poetry, in particular his five War Sonnets.