Alun Lewis (1 July 1915 – 5 March 1944), was a poet. Although he was born in South Wales, he wrote in English only. He is one of the best-known English-language poets of the Second World War
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... The village is home to the war poet Alun Lewis, and a plaque in what is now Llanwonno Road marks the house where he once lived ... Born in 1915 in the village’s Llanwonno Road, Lewis was strongly influenced by his formative years in the depression-era valley ... Dawn and Ha! Ha! Among the Trumpets) that Alun Lewis’s reputation would be made ...
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... For the 1960s player see Allan Lewis (rugby player) Alun Lewis Date of birth (1956-01-15) 15 January 1956 (age 57) Place of birth Blackwood, Wales Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Weight 83 kg (13 st 1 ...
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“And we talked of girls, and dropping bombs on Rome,
And thought of the quiet dead and the loud celebrities
Exhorting us to slaughter,”
—Alun Lewis (19151944)
“Men were only made into men with great difficulty even in primitive society: the male is not naturally a man any more than the woman. He has to be propped up into that position with some ingenuity, and is always likely to collapse.”
—Wyndham Lewis (18821957)