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James Elroy Flecker was born in Lewisham, England, on 5th November 1884 he was brought up and educated in an Evangelical background, something he silently rebelled against and did not break free from until going to Oxford where he soon made a name for himself as something of a wit. He was first published during this time. Upon leaving leaving university he joined the Consular Service but was plagued by ill health. It was after being posted to Beirut that he struck up his friendship with TE Lawrence before moving to Switzerland to convalesce. It was at this time that his reputation as a great poet was sealed with the publication of his finest work The Golden Journey to Samarkand, sadly Flecker was unable to enjoy its success as he passed away at the sanitorium in 1915.
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Title Publisher Date Notes
The Best Man Holywell 1906  
The Bridge of fire New Age 1908  
The Last Generation New Age 1908  
The Grecians Dent 1910  
Thirty-Six Poems Adelphi 1910 no dw
Forty-Two Poems Dent 1911  
The Scholar's Italian Book Nutt 1911  
The Golden Journey to Samarkand Goschen 1913 Signed ltd also available
The King of alasander Goschen 1914 Tissue paper DJ
The Old Ships Poetry Bookshop 1915 Wraps
Collected Poems Secker 1918  
Selected Poems Secker 1918  
Collected Prose Bell 1920  
Hassan Heinemann 1922  
Collected Poems Secker 1923 500 copies, large paper, no dw
Don Juan Heinemann 1925  
Letters to Frank Savery Beaumont 1926 Limited edition available both no DW
Some Letters from Abroad Heinemann 1930  
Unpublished Poems and Drafts Keepsake 1971  

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