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Rhymes of a Red cross man

Author: Robert W Service
Publisher: New York, Barse & Hopkins [©1916]
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Service, Robert W. (Robert William), 1874-1958.
Rhymes of a Red cross man.
New York, Barse & Hopkins [©1916]
(OCoLC)644569882
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert W Service
OCLC Number: 849159
Notes: Title in red and black within decorative border.
Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress.
Description: 4 preliminary leaves, 7-192 pages color frontispiece, color plates 22 cm
Contents: The call --
The fool --
The volunteer --
The convalescent --
The man from Athabaska --
The red retreat --
The haggis of Private McPhee ---
The lark --
The odyssey of 'Erbert 'Iggins --
A song of winter weather --
Tipperary days --
Fleurette --
Funk --
Our hero --
My mate --
Milking time --
Young fellow, my lad --
A song of the sandbag --
On the wire --
Bill's grave --
Jean Desprez --
Going home --
Cocotte --
My bay'nit --
Carry on! --
Over the parapet --
The ballad of Soulful Sam --
Only a boche --
Pilgrims --
My prisoner --
Tri-colour --
A pot of tea --
The revelation --
Grand-père --
Son --
The black dudeen --
The little piou-piou --
Bill the bomber --
The whistle of Sandy McGraw --
The stretcher-bearer --
Wounded --
Faith --
The coward --
Missis Moriarty's boy --
My foe --
My job --
The song of the pacifist --
The twins --
The song of the soldier-born --
Afternoon tea --
The mourners --
L'envoi.
Responsibility: by Robert W Service ... Illustrated by Charles L. Wrenn.

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