Northumberland House

Smith, Stevie
June 2012
Poetry;Jun2012, Vol. 200 Issue 3, p254
Academic Journal
The poem "Northumberland House" by Stevie Smith is presented. First Line: I was always a thoughtful youngster, Last Line: As they went through the gate.


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