In a civil war, a general must know-and I’m afraid it’s a thing rather of instinct than of practice-he must know exactly when to move over to the other side.
When we awaken, we cannot account for the time spent. We simply don't remember. About the only evidence we have of experiences while we were asleep is when we happen to remember a dream.
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|Birth:||22nd February, 1914|
|Death:||8th December, 1986|
Henry Reed was born in Birmingham, England. He was a British poet, translator, radio dramatist and journalist. He studied at the University of Birmingham then he worked as a teacher and journalist. He was called up to the Army in 1941, spending most of the war as a Japanese translator. After the war he worked for the BBC as a radio broadcaster, translator and playwright. He wrote several poems include: Lessons of the War, and A Map of Verona.
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