Herbert Edward Palmer
He was born in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire and educated at Woodhouse Grove School, Birmingham University and Bonn University. Before becoming a full-time writer and journalist in 1921, he led an itinerant life in teaching, tutoring and lecturing, working in particular for the W.E.A.; and spending many years in France and Germany.
- Two Fishers (1918)
- Two Foemen (1920)
- Two Minstrels (1921)
- The Unknown Warrior (1924)
- Songs of Salvation, Sin and Satire (1925)
- The Judgement of François Villon (1927) play
- The Teaching of English (1930)
- Cinder Thursday (1931)
- Collected Poems (1933)
- The Roving Angler (1933) essays
- Summit and Chasm (1934) poems
- The Mistletoe Child (1935) autobiography
- The Vampire (1936)
- Post-Victorian Poetry (1938) criticism
- The Gallows Cross (1940)
- Season and Festival (1943) Faber and Faber, poems
- A Sword in the Desert (1946) poems
- George Watson; Ian R. Willison (1969). The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. CUP Archive. pp. clxxxiii. GGKEY:64CF45KC7C0.
- "Herbert Edward Palmer, McMaster Libraries". Retrieved 15 December 2015.
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