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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson


Who is Wilfrid Wilson Gibson?

Wilfrid Wilson Gibson was a British Georgian poet, associated with World War I but also the author of much later work.

  • born on (137 years ago) in Hexham
  • nationality: England
  • died on (53 years ago)
  • written works: "Neighbors", "Livelihood", "Hill-tracks", "Womenkind", "The golden helm and other verse", "The early whistler", "Krindlesyke", "The outpost", "The Queen's vigil, and other song", "Solway ford", "The alert", "Saint Abb's Haven, Christmas & New Year", "Wilfrid Gibson", "Akra the slave", "Collected poems, 1905-1925", "The ovens, and other tales", "The golden room", "I heard a sailor", "Kestrel Edge", "Battle, and other poems", "The stone, and other tales", "Coldknuckles", "The web of life", "Thoroughfares", "Between fairs", "Poems, 1904-1917", "Twenty-three selected poems", "The hare, and other tales", "Urlyn the harper, and other song", "The stonefolds", "Flannan Isle"

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Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Quotations (1999)

by Elizabeth M. Knowles

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