Definition of Masefield
1. Noun. English poet (1878-1967).
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Literary usage of Masefield
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1. Representative British Dramas: Victorian and Modern by Montrose Jonas Moses (1918)
"Masefield has himself said that one can never know one's influences. ... But Masefield did go to sea. He entrained for two years, thinking that his life ..."
2. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1921)
"Enslaved, by John Masefield. Macmillan Co. John Masefield is almost too good to be true, too divinely simple and child-like. Here are his two latest books, ..."
3. An Introduction to Poetry by Jay Broadus Hubbell, John Owen Beaty (1922)
"John Minefield (1874- ) The contrast between Masefield and his greatest rival sonneteer ... Masefield shows fire; Robinson restraint. Masefield is exuberant ..."
4. Authors and I by Charles Lewis Hind (1921)
"JOHN Masefield /"\F all Englishmen now writing, John Masefield ^-^ answers ... In 1896, John Masefield was working as a hand in a carpet factory in Yonkers. ..."
5. Readings from Literature by Reuben Post Halleck, Elizabeth Graeme Barbour (1915)
"John Masefield, Seaman-Author, by Milton Bronner in Bookman, 33: 584-591 (August, ... A Visit to John Masefield, by John Cournos in The Independent, Vol. ..."
6. The circus (1921)
"JOHN Masefield (1874-) TO be versatile and prolific generally is to be unimportant. Especially in literature, Jack- of-all-trades is, ..."