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Ha! Ha! Among the Trumpets
Author: Alun Lewis
Pages: 75
Year: 1945
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Alun Lewis - Ha! Ha! Among the Trumpets
ISBN: 1787800636
Pages: 48
Year: 2018-07-30
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Alun Lewis was born on 1st July 1915 at Cwmaman, near Aberdare in the Cynon Valley in the South Wales Coalfield. His parents were both school teachers at llanwern. Lewis was one of four children; a younger sister, and two brothers. He was enthusiastic about writing from an early age. Lewis won a scholarship to attend Cowbridge Grammar School and from there went on to the University College of Wales and obtained a first in history in 1935. From there he went to the University of Manchester on a Pickles Research Fellowship and obtained his M.A in 1937. Lewis first tried his hand at journalism but when he didn't succeed he turned to work as a supply teacher. In 1939, Lewis met Gweno Ellis, a teacher, whom he later married on 5th July 1941. Lewis was committed to pacifism but with the outbreak of World War II these principles were overcome by his desire to confront and defeat the evils of fascism. Enlisting, in 1940, he joined the Royal Engineers but then for reasons unknown he sought and gained a commission in an infantry battalion. In 1941 he collaborated with artists John Petts and Brenda Chamberlain on the 'Caseg broadsheets'. These were inspired by chapbooks and broadside ballads and featured original woodcut artwork by Petts and poetry from prominent Welsh poets of the time including Dylan Thomas. Lewis was keen to create affordable literature for the masses. Unfortunately, sales were few and funds soon ran out. His first published book, in 1942, was the poetry collection 'Raider's Dawn and Other Poems'. The same year a collection of short stories, 'The Last Inspection' followed. To round out the year he was dispatched to India to serve with the 6th Battalion of the South Wales Borderers. Lewis' poems about the war and his experiences certainly relay and explore many facets. His poetry is testament to his talents that have him rightly regarded as one of Britain's most promising War Poets albeit on the thinnest of publications. By 1944 he was a lieutenant in Burma fighting the Japanese. What followed next has been interpreted in several ways. On 5th March 1944 he was found, with a gun shot wound to the head, near the officer's toilets. One account says he had been washing and shaving and then, it seems, tripped and accidentally shot himself. Indeed, that was the official version written up by the army. Another, and perhaps more plausible account classes it as a suicide, the gun was still in his hand. Fatally wounded he survived for another 6 hours. Whatever the truth as to how or why Alun Lewis died on March 5th, 1944. He was 28.
Ha! Ha! Among the Trumpets
Author: Martin H. Franzmann
Publisher: Concordia Publishing House
ISBN: 0758657560
Pages: 118
Year: 1994-01-01
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: Pastors and members will enjoy this assemblage of Rev. Martin H. Franzmann's moving and inspirational sermons. Fifteen sermons delivered at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, have been reprinted for this truly eloquent collection.
Collected Poems
Author: Alun Lewis
Publisher: Seren Books/Poetry Wales PressLtd
Pages: 206
Year: 1994
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"Alun Lewis, (1915-1944), the remarkable poet and short story writer, died, aged twenty-eight, in Burma in the Second World War. Some critics see him as the last of the great Romantic poets, a twentieth century Keats. Others describe his poetry as the path from pre-war Yeats and Auden to post-war poets like Hughes and Gunn. In Wales there are those who think his greater versatility and finer intelligence place him above his contemporaries Dylan Thomas and R.S. Thomas." "This volume contains the complete texts of Raiders' Dawn and Ha! Ha! Among the Trumpets in the way Lewis organized them. It also includes twenty-seven more poems some of which have never been published before. Lewis's Collected Poems is a body of poetry that will last, that transcends the label 'war poetry': it is both complete in itself and full of the promise of greater things."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Genesis to Job
Year: 1823
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The Guardian
Pages: 264
Year: 1829
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The Holy Bible
Year: 1821
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Buzz to Brilliance
Author: Adrian D. Griffin, Elise Winters-Huete
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195395972
Pages: 287
Year: 2012-12-20
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Contains practical tips for buying a new trumpet, selecting a mouthpiece, creating a practice schedule, adjusting to braces, and participating in a school marching band, with practice skills, sight-reading, and technique-building exercises.
Lay that Trumpet in Our Hands
Author: Susan Carol McCarthy
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: 0307418197
Pages: 288
Year: 2007-12-18
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Here is one of those rare and remarkable debuts that herald the appearance of a major new talent on the literary scene. Inspired by real events, Lay That Trumpet In Our Hands is a wise and luminous story about a northern family, a southern town, and the senseless murder that sparks an extraordinary act of courage. To this day, my family is in disagreement as to precisely when the nightmare began. For me, it was the morning Daddy and Luther discovered Marvin, beaten, shot, and dying, in the Klan’s stomping grounds off Round Lake Road. My brother Ren disagrees. He points to the small cluster of scars that begin just outside his left eye and trail horizontally across his temple to the top of his ear. Ren claims it started when the men in white robes took the unprecedented step of shooting at two white children. Others say it was when Mr. Thurgood Marshall of the NAACP and Mr. Hoover’s FBI came to town. Mother and Daddy shake their heads. In their minds, the real beginning was much earlier.... From the Trade Paperback edition.
Summons of Trumpet
Author: Dave R. Palmer
Publisher: Presidio Press
ISBN: 0307547647
Pages: 348
Year: 2009-01-21
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Soldier/scholar Palmer traces the history of the American involvement in Vietnam and shows how events in both the U.S. and Vietnam became inextricably linked as domestic dissent and a lack of realistic, viable military strategy ultimately led to America's first lost war.
Lost Classics
Author: Michael Ondaatje, Michael Redhill, Esta Spalding, Linda Spalding
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0307781151
Pages: 304
Year: 2011-03-30
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An Anchor Books Original Seventy-four distinguished writers tell personal tales of books loved and lost–great books overlooked, under-read, out of print, stolen, scorned, extinct, or otherwise out of commission. Compiled by the editors of Brick: A Literary Magazine, Lost Classics is a reader’s delight: an intriguing and entertaining collection of eulogies for lost books. As the editors have written in a joint introduction to the book, “being lovers of books, we’ve pulled a scent of these absences behind us our whole reading lives, telling people about books that exist only on our own shelves, or even just in our own memory.” Anyone who has ever been changed by a book will find kindred spirits in the pages of Lost Classics. Each of the editors has contributed a lost book essay to this collection, including Michael Ondaatje on Sri Lankan filmmaker Tissa Abeysekara’s Bringing Tony Home, a novella about a mutual era of childhood. Also included are Margaret Atwood on sex and death in the scandalous Doctor Glas, first published in Sweden in 1905; Russell Banks on the off-beat travelogue Too Late to Turn Back by Barbara Greene–the “slightly ditzy” cousin of Graham; Bill Richardson on a children’s book for adults by Russell Hoban; Ronald Wright on William Golding’s Pincher Martin; Caryl Phillips on Michael Mac Liammoir’s account of his experiences on the set of Orson Welles’s Othello, and much, much more. From the Trade Paperback edition.
A commentary of the book of Job, in which is inserted the Hebrew text and English translation (etc.)
Author: Leonard Chappelow
Year: 1752
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Among the Trumpets
Author: Leonard Hastings Nason
Pages: 309
Year: 1932
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A Cypress Walk
Author: Alun Lewis
Pages: 224
Year: 2006
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In July 1943 the young Welsh poet and soldier Alun Lewis, already recognised as one of the outstanding writers of his generation, arrived on sick leave at the house near Madras of Freda Aykroyd, a devotee of literature and the wife of a British scientist. Lewis and Aykroyd fell in love instantly, recognising in each other similar temperaments and artistic interests. Their affair, which lasted until Lewis's mysterious death on the Arakan Front in March 1944, inspired some of the finest of his wartime poems as well as an extraordinary cache of letters published here for the first time. The letters throw a fresh light on Lewis's passionate and troubled nature and the background to his literary output at a time when he was at the height of his creative powers. In her introductory memoir, Freda Aykroyd charts the haunting story of her relationship with Lewis and its tragic outcome.