Edwin Brock

Biography of Edwin Brock (1927 – 1997)

Edwin Brock
Edwin Brock (1927-1997)

Edwin Brock (born 1927 in London, died 1997) was a British poet. Following two years that he spent in the Royal Navy shortly after the end of the Second World War he wrote Five Ways to Kill a Man, an emotionless poem highlighting stupid deaths and the harshness of war.

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