Edward Marsh Summary

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Essays & Analysis (5)

2,424 words, approx. 9 pages
In the following essay, initially published in the Athenaeum on December 5, 1919, Murry contrasts Marsh's Georgian Poetry anthology with other collections of English poetry. Shall we, or shall ... Read more
8,553 words, approx. 29 pages
In the following essay, initially given as a lecture on November 20, 1952, Gibbon lauds Marsh's abilities as a translator, in particular his subtle and skillful translation of Eugene Fromentin&... Read more
1,252 words, approx. 5 pages
In the following essay, Pope-Hennessy praises Marsh's career achievements, contending that his name “is amongst the most eminent that his generation can boast.” The name of Sir Ed... Read more
3,133 words, approx. 11 pages
In the following essay, Sieveking reminisces about his friendship with Marsh. It was in April, 1915, that I saw Eddie Marsh for the first time. Some months earlier, at the age of eighteen, I had joine... Read more
1,744 words, approx. 6 pages
In the following essay, Wilson provides a quick overview of Marsh's accomplishments. I knew Sir Edward Marsh only at the very end of his life. He was by this time an impoverished, rather lonely... Read more