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The Guards Came Through and Other Poems

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John Murray title page (1919)

The Guards Came Through and Other Poems is a volume collecting 17 poems written by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in 1919 by John Murray.



Editions

  • The Guards Came Through and Other Poems (16 december 1919, John Murray [UK])
  • The Guards Came Through and Other Poems (1920, George H. Doran Co. [US])


Preface

I must apologize for the size of this booklet, which can only be justified on the grounds that there is some demand for the contents as recitations. I hope presently to combine whatever is worth preserving in my three volumes of verse, so as to make a single collection.

Arthur Conan Doyle.


Poems






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