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English Choose a language for shopping. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. She was a sickly child, and became immortalized by J. Barrie in his children's classic, Peter Pan. Margaret did not survive long enough to read the book; she died on 11 February at the age of five and was buried at the country estate of her father's friend, Harry Cockayne Cust , in Cockayne Hatley , Bedfordshire. Henley died of tuberculosis in at the age of 53 at his home in Woking , and, after cremation at the local crematorium his ashes were interred in his daughter's grave in the churchyard at Cockayne Hatley in Bedfordshire.
Arguably his best-remembered work is the poem " Invictus ", written in It is said that this was written as a demonstration of his resilience following the amputation of his foot due to tubercular infection. This passionate and defiant poem should be compared with his beautiful and contemplative acceptance of death and dying in the poem "Margaritae Sorori". The poems of In Hospital are also noteworthy as some of the earliest free verse written in England. In , Henley published Views and Reviews , a volume of notable criticisms, which he described as "less a book than a mosaic of scraps and shreds recovered from the shot rubbish of some fourteen years of journalism".
The criticisms, covering a wide range of authors all English or French save Heinrich Heine and Leo Tolstoy were remarkable for their insight.1-6180339887.userengage.io/hyundai-gnesis-sedan-2015-manual-de-servicio.php
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In , he published a second volume of poetry, named after the first poem, "The Song of the Sword" but re-titled "London Voluntaries" after another section in the second edition Robert Louis Stevenson wrote that he had not received the same thrill of poetry so intimate and so deep since George Meredith 's "Joy of Earth" and "Love in the Valley". These are new tunes; this is an undertone of the true Apollo. These are not verse; they are poetry". During , Henley also published three plays written with Stevenson: In , Henley's poem, " Macaire ", was published in a volume with the other plays.
Deacon Brodie was produced in Edinburgh in and later in London. What have I done for you, England, my England? What is there I would not do, England my own? The same poem and its sentiments have since been parodied by those unhappy with the jingoism they feel it expresses or the propagandistic use to which it was put. Lawrence , [ citation needed ] and also in England, Their England the novel by A. Nelson Mandela recited the poem " Invictus " to other prisoners incarcerated alongside him at Robben Island , some believe because it expressed in its message of self-mastery Mandela's own Victorian ethic.
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In that fictionalized account, the poem becomes a central inspirational gift from actor Morgan Freeman 's Mandela to Matt Damon 's Springbok rugby team captain Francois Pienaar , on the eve of the underdog Springboks' victory in the post- apartheid Rugby World Cup held in South Africa. In Chapter Two of her first volume of autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings , Maya Angelou writes in passing that she "enjoyed and respected" Henley's works among others such as Poe 's and Kipling 's, but had no "loyal passion" for them.
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