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A Week in Literary History

June 1st, 2002

English poet John Masefield (Salt-Water Ballads, 1902) is born in 1878 in Ledbury, Herefordshire.

masefieldyoungJohn Masefield, b. June 1, 1878, d. 1967

Masefield became known for being the United Kingdom’s Poet Laureate from 1930 until his death thirty-seven years later, and some of his poetry can still be read with profit. But he is best remembered for two children’s books.

Suggested Reading Children’s books The Midnight Folks, 1927. The Box of Delights: or When the Wolves Were Running, 1935. Poetry Salt-Water Ballads, 1902. Sonnets, 1916. Some Verses to Some Germans, 1939.

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