File 424/2/47/1. - March the 3rd,

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March the 3rd,


  • 1915, Mar. 23 / (Creation)

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Once owned by Eleanor Farjeon.

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First line: Here again (she said) is March the third. Written in Steep. Typescript. Manuscript alterations in Eleanor Farjeon's hand, lines 6-8 the most heavily corrected, also 9, 13 and 20, which probably reflect the editing mentioned in Thomas' letters to her, printed in E. Farjeon, Edward Thomas: The Last Four Years (1958), p. 132. (1) 'Perhaps I shall be able to mend March the 3rd. I know it must be either mended or ended'. (28 Apr 1915); (2) 'I have mended March 3rd too, you see'. (29 Apr 1915).

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Action: digitized. Action identifier: cymruww1. Date: 2013. Authorization: The Welsh experience of World War One, 1914-1918.


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  • English

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Cardiff University.

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Item from Edward Thomas Archive, 424.


Preferred citation: 424/2/47/1.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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  • English



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