1912. Poet, novelist, dramatist and journalist, Masefield's literary career was a varied one. He went to sea as a youth and his first volumes of poems earned him the title of Poet of the Sea. He was a prolific writer, publishing poetry and novels as well as taking on editorial tasks. In 1930 he became Poet Laureate, a post he retained until his death 37 years later. His plays, were written in both verse and prose. This volume contains: The Tragedy of Nan; The Campden Wonder; and Mrs. Harrison. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.