Edward Thomas’ correspondence with Walter de la Mare began in 1906 with a formal request to include some of de la Mare’s poems in a forthcoming anthology. Although five years younger, Thomas was at that time the more prominent literary figure, already well established as a reviewer, essayist and writer on English and Welsh topography. […]
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