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No Man's Land by Kathryn Southworth

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Two sequences of poems set in Gloucestershire make up this book. The first celebrates Ivor Gurney, musician and poet of “the Severn and the Somme”, who survived World War I only to spend most of his life in a mental institution. The second sequence is a dramatic account of the colony of Whiteway where all land is held in common. The community, originally inspired by Tolstoy, is still flourishing today. Taken together, these poems pay homage to a radical and intriguing aspect of English heritage

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