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External References

The Edward Thomas Fellowship has created an up-to date and reliable source of external references including related themes and figures who were associated to Edward Thomas.

Related Figures

Edward Thomas | Petersfield Museum

Edward Thomas is widely regarded as a major poet and his posthumous influence on English poetry has been considerable. He took much inspiration from the natural beauty of the South Downs countryside, especially around his home near Steep, Petersfield.

Friends of the Dymock Poets

Gloucestershire Poets, Writers and Artists Collection (University of Gloucestershire)

Richard Jefferies Society

Walter de la Mare Society

Arthur Ransome Society

The Frost Place
A museum and poetry centre at Robert Frost’s home in Franconia, New Hampshire, USA

AE Housman
(the Housman Society)

Wilfred Owen Association

Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship

Rupert Brooke Society

GK Chesterton
(the American Chesterton Society)

William Morris Society (UK)
Once, when asked what other writing man he would choose to have been, Edward Thomas answered “William Morris”.… Continue Reading

Related Themes

Edward Thomas: Locations of Poems
Anthony Beggs is photographing places in Hampshire associated with Edward Thomas, especially those relating to particular poems.

University of Cardiff Special Collections

National Library of Wales

Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

Alliance of Literary Societies
The Edward Thomas Fellowship is a member of the Alliance of Literary Societies. Their website contains links to the member societies’ homepages.

Royal Society of Literature

Campaign to Protect Rural England
Recognising Edward Thomas’s concerns with nature, the landscape and rural life, the Fellowship is affiliated to CPRE.

Ramblers’ Association
Walking in the countryside was one of Edward Thomas’s greatest joys.

Open Spaces Society

British Agricultural History Society

Society for Folk Life Studies

English Folk Dance and Song Society

Halsway Manor
A medieval manor house in Somerset that is a conference venue and home to the National Centre for Folk Arts.… Continue Reading