David Jones (1895–1974) is better known as a poet than an artist. His first book-length poem, In Parenthesis, published by Faber & Faber in 1937 – a mythopoeic response to his experience of trench warfare – is a classic work of High modernism, and was praised by contemporaries such as TS Eliot. His second full-length […]
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