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Poems by Isaac Rosenberg

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE The

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE The poems whose titles are marked * appeared in a privately issued pamphlet, "Night and Day. By Isaac Rosenberg. 1912" (pp. 24); those marked § in " Youth. By Isaac Rosenberg. London, I. Narodiczky, Printer, 48 Mile End Road, E. 1015" (pp. 18); and those marked f in " Moses. A Play. By Isaac Rosenberg. London, Printed By The Paragon Printing Works, 8 Ocean Street, Stepney Green, E. 1916" (pp. ii+26). These pamphlets were the only work issued by the author, in addition to the following single pieces which appeared in various periodicals : " In the Workshop," in A Piece of Mosaic (for a Jewish Bazaar). "Our Dead Heroes," in South African Womenin Council, December, 1914. "Essay on Art," Part I, (prose), prefaced by a poem, " Beauty," in South African Women in Council, December, 1914. " Essay on Art," Part II., South African Women in Council, January, 1915. " Marching," and " Break of Day in the Trenches/' in Poetry (Chicago), December, 1916. xi

POEMS BY ISAAC ROSENBERG The following pieces have appeared posthumously : "In Piccadilly," "If You are Fire/' "Heart's First Word, II ," " Wedded/' " I Did Not Pluck at All," in Art nml Letters, Summer, 1919 ; with an " In Mcmoriam " notice by Annie Rosc-nherg. " Killed in Action," in Colour, Octoher, 1919. " Savage Son£ " (" A Naked African " from " Moses "), "God," in Rainbow (New York), Octoher, li>20 ; with an " In Memoriam " notice by Horace Brodzky. "I Mingle with Your Bones"; with an article by Samuel Roth, in Voices, Summer, li)2L

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Redcliffe Voice Issue 6 Summer 2018