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Binyon

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  1. (Robert) Laurence . 1869–1943, British poet and art historian, best known for his elegiac war poems "For the Fallen" (1914) and "The Burning of the Leaves" (1944)
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Historical Examples

  • Binyon's power has continued to grow; age has given his verse a new sharpness.

    Modern British Poetry

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  • Indeed, the superiority of the Orientals is discreetly insinuated from beginning to end of Mr. Binyon's essay.

    Pot-Boilers

    Clive Bell

  • Mr. Binyon's The Four Years was a collection of the verses its author had written concerning the war.

  • For a basis of study of Eastern art, writes Mr. Binyon, 'the public at present has nothing but a few general misconceptions.'