Alfred Noyes

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English poet (1880-1958)


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Enjoy spine-tingling stories for adults as Lewis performs classic Halloween pieces by Edgar Allen Poe, Alfred Noyes and others.
THE reading club at Southport's Bishop David Sheppard Primary School performed the poem The Highway Man by Alfred Noyes to a packed hall, full of children, teachers, parents and special guests.
A fabulous, rollicking rhyme, in the style of the famous Alfred Noyes poem, The Highwayman.
Charles Keeping's illustrations of poems such as 'The Highwayman' by Alfred Noyes (Oxford University Press) are particularly evocative and thought provoking.
Second prize went to Robert Chaplin, designer of Ten Counting Cat by Robert Chaplin (Robert Chaplin) and third prize was shared by Lynn O'Rourke, designer of By a Thread by Ned Dickens, illustrated by Graham Ross (Orca Book Publishers) and Karen Powers, designer of The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes, illustrated by Murray Kimber (Kids Can Press).
These giants, in turn, assisted later writers on their search, including Alfred Noyes, Compton MacKenzie, Siegfried Sassoon, Evelyn Waugh, Graham Greene, Eric Gill, Sheila Kaye-Smith, David Jones, Roy Campbell, Frederick Copleston, Arnold Lunn, Robert Speaight, and Edith Sitwell.
One of the joys of the book is an account of an acerbic 1923 public debate between Sitwell, representing the fashionable newer poets, and Alfred Noyes, a champion of traditional poetry and himself a convert.
The major minor songbirds to be heard piping in the Edwardian glades were William Watson, upholder of the Wordsworthian tradition, Robert Bridges, Henry Newbolt, Alice Meynell, Owen Seaman, Laurence Binyon and his cousin Stephen Phillips, and Alfred Noyes, these latter twain providing evidence of Tennyson's ongoing impress.
The Highwayman'' (1951), Henry Blankfort, Jack DeWitt, Renault Duncan and Alfred Noyes.
A fabulous, rollicking rhyme in the style of the famous Alfred Noyes poem The Highwayman from the authors of The Gruffalo and Zog.