Isaac Rosenberg

Biography of Isaac Rosenberg (1890 – 1918)

Isaac Rosenberg
Isaac Rosenberg (1890-1918)

Isaac Rosenberg (1890 – 1918) was an English poet of the First World War. Born in Bristol and brought up in a poor district of London, he left school at fourteen, but was already interested in both poetry and art, and managed to find the finances to attend the Slade School. He was taken up by Laurence Binyon and Edward Marsh, and began to write poetry seriously, but he suffered from ill-health. Nevertheless, he enlisted in 1915 and was sent to the Western Front, where he was killed on April 1, 1918. Rosenbeg was one of the greatest of all British war poets.

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Poems By Isaac Rosenberg


Break of Day in the Trenches (No Comments »)
Dead Man’s Dump (No Comments »)
God (No Comments »)
In the Trenches (No Comments »)
Louse Hunting (No Comments »)
On Receiving News of the War (No Comments »)
Returning, We Hear the Larks (No Comments »)
The Immortals (No Comments »)
The Jew (No Comments »)
Through These Pale Cold Days (No Comments »)