"England, My England" the poem

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When was the poem "England, My England" by Henley composed? I searched but I can't find a specific year.

  • Poem -

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Ernest_Henley

    Apparently, it's not clear. Only some of his works have publication dates. This one does not.

    Perhaps another teacher will have better luck than I in finding the date.

  • "England, My England" -

    I also looked on line for the date of this poem. I suggest you call your local city or college library to see if it has the date.

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