Glugs of Gosh

Clarence Dennis SHOP:9781460756003

This book of satirical verse about the inhabitants of 'Gosh' was the work C. J. Dennis considered his best. It is a sly take-down of the kings, politicians, judges and the elite of Gosh, who demonstrate all too well the frailties and petty preoccupations of humanity as Dennis saw it.

This historically important facsimile edition, published to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One, has been minted from one of eight extremely rare books of poetry originally published by Angus & Robertson as Pocket Editions for the Trenches - designed as little reminders of home for soldiers to slip into a pocket and carry through the fighting.

 

Hard cover, illustrated, 148 pages.

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