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Die Wochenschau: 2nd January 1915 (9)

Issue 1 of German Kriegsnummer. Page 9.

The Hydra: 23rd June 1917

Notes on swimming / gardening / poultry / billiards / review of recent concerts.

The Hydra: 23rd June 1917

Advertisement for Edinburgh tailors.

The Hydra: 26th May 1917

The Hydra: June 1918 Advertising Supplement

Advertisements for Edinburgh restaurant and purveyors of sporting equipment.

The Hydra: June 1918 Advertising Supplement

Advertisements for Edinburgh purveyors of sporting equipment and musical instruments.

The Hydra: November 1917

Illustrated cover of 'The Hydra' for November 1917 showing a 'Hydra' attacking a soldier, flanked by two nurses / advertisement for Edinburgh purveyors of military coats.

Dead Man's Dump

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Typescript of poem with correction in pen. Included with letter to Gordon Bottomley describing pleasure at having received a letter from Gordon Bottomley praising the poem 'Daughters of War' / Isaac Rosenberg's opinion of the poem / explains why his letters are often more rushed than he would like / opinion of an unspecified poem of Bottomley's / desire to read Bottomley's plays /likelihood of obtaining leave / having started a play / fears that...

Letter: To Gordon Bottomley.

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Describes having been taken ill and sent to hospital, hence having more leisure to write / discusses various poems from Gordon Bottomley's 'Chambers of Imagery' / mentions a previous letter and hope that Bottomley's health is good / has not received a photograph from Bottomley but hopes to / desires one day to sketch Bottomley / encloses pencil draft of poem 'Girl to Soldier', later 'Girl to Soldier on Leave' / hopes that he will...

Daughters of War

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Pencil draft of poem. Included in letter to Laurence Binyon discussing his suggestions for alterations to an unspecified poem, but explains that he cannot work on them where he is / suggests that Binyon send the poem to a newspaper, as the money paid for it would be helpful in the event of leave / weather very bad / what he has learned in the army / encloses pencil draft of 'Daughters of War' and...

Daughters of War

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Contains numerous pen and pencil alterations. No complete manuscript of this poem is known to exist. Isaac Rosenberg wrote numerous versions incorporating the criticisms of, in particular, Gordon Bottomley and Edward Marsh.

Daughters of War

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Pencil draft of poem. Included in letter to Laurence Binyon discussing his suggestions for alterations to an unspecified poem, but explains that he cannot work on them where he is / suggests that Binyon send the poem to a newspaper, as the money paid for it would be helpful in the event of leave / weather very bad / what he has learned in the army / encloses pencil draft of 'Daughters of War' and...

Dead Man's Dump

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Copy of May 1917 version of poem in unknown hand. No complete manuscript version of the poem exists. The poem is informed by the fact that in January 1917 Isaac Rosenberg was transferred to the Royal Engineers, and worked at taking wire up to the line at night.

Letter: To Unknown.

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Asks unknown individual to use influence with Isaac Rosenberg's colonel to obtain leave from the trenches.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Asks Marsh to help to influence Isaac Rosenberg's colonel to obtain leave for him due to illness / possibility of a medical board declaring Isaac unfit for service.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Encloses poem 'Daughters of War' (missing) / explains amendments to a version of 'Dead Man's Dump' sent previously.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Thanks Edward Marsh for recent criticism / describes work of a fellow art student.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Describes pleasure at receiving an encouraging letter from the poet Lascelles Abercrombie / terrible state of his feet / unhappy relationship with an officer / asks Edward Marsh to send a pound with which to buy new boots and return home over Christmas / asks where Marsh currently is related to Winston Churchill, for whom Marsh is acting as personal secretary.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Describes dislike of drilling and the army / imagines that Edward Marsh is very busy / will send poems and a new verse play to the poet Lascelles Abercrombie if Marsh does not have time to read them / has asked to pain Abercrombie / possibility of being shifted to Shoreham.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Describes having fallen and cut his hands / convalescing in hospital / sketching and painting fellow 'invalids' / explains 'fib' about having enlisted only for home duty when in reality he has enlisted for full duty / has left poems and a short play with a friend to forward on to the poet Lascelles Abercrombie or to Marsh / prefers poetry to painting / asks for a box of chocolates.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Describes having been transferred from 12th Suffolk Folk 'Bantam' Regiment to the 11th Battalion of the King's Own Royal Lancashire Battalion/ new lodgings / lack of food / having a cold / sorry that Edward Marsh did not like most recent poem.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Describes having been returned to the trenches / has been forbidden to send more poems home by the censor / has sent a poem to the 'Nation' to see if it will consider publishing it / received the second volume of 'Georgian Poetry' / praises Rupert Brooke's poem 'Clouds' / correspondence with Gordon Bottomley / possibility of being reassigned as a military artist.

A worm fed on the heart of Corinth

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Discusses family's reaction to Isaac Rosenberg's report of ill health / the effect of winter on his health / possiblitity of having been reassigned due to complaints about ill health / whether or not Edward Marsh could do something to help him obtain a transfer away from the frontlines / potential to be transferred back to the United Kingdom for home duty to work as a draughtsman / Harriet Monroe's 'Poetry' Magazine in Chicago having...

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Discusses family's reaction to Isaac Rosenberg's report of ill health / the effect of winter on his health / possiblitity of having been reassigned due to complaints about ill health / whether or not Edward Marsh could do something to help him obtain a transfer away from the frontlines / potential to be transferred back to the United Kingdom for home duty to work as a draughtsman / Harriet Monroe's 'Poetry' Magazine in Chicago having...

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