In Flanders Fields, and Other Poems

By John McCrae
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Table of Contents
  • [Canadian Poet, 1872-1918]
  • WITH AND ESSAY IN CHARACTER by Sir Andrew Macphail
    • [This text is taken from the New York edition of 1919.]
  • Contents
  • In Flanders Fields
  • The Anxious Dead
  • The Warrior
  • Isandlwana
  • The Unconquered Dead
  • The Captain
  • The Song of the Derelict
  • Quebec
  • Then and Now
  • Unsolved
  • The Hope of My Heart
  • Penance
  • Slumber Songs
  • The Oldest Drama
  • Recompense
  • Mine Host
  • Equality
  • Anarchy
  • Disarmament
  • The Dead Master
  • The Harvest of the Sea
  • The Dying of Pere Pierre
  • Eventide
  • Upon Watts' Picture "Sic Transit"
  • A Song of Comfort
  • The Pilgrims
  • The Shadow of the Cross
  • The Night Cometh
  • In Due Season
    • An Essay in Character
  • I. In Flanders Fields
  • II. With the Guns
  • Here ends the account of his part in this memorable battle,
  • And here follow some general observations upon the experience:
  • A few strokes will complete the picture:
  • And here is one last note to his mother:
  • At this time the Canadian division was moving south to take its share in
  • This phase of the war lasted two months precisely,
  • III. The Brand of War
  • IV. Going to the Wars
  • V. South Africa
  • The next entry is from South Africa:
  • The next letter is from the Lines of Communication:
  • Three weeks later he writes:
  • With Ian Hamilton's column near Balmoral.
  • At Lyndenburg:
  • VI. Children and Animals
  • VII. The Old Land and the New
  • VIII. The Civil Years
  • IX. Dead in His Prime
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