Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. William Ernest Henley (23 August 1849 â€“ 11 July 1903) was an English poet, critic and editor, best remembered for his 1875 poem Invictus". In 1890, Henley published Views and Reviews, a volume of notable criticisms, which he described as "less a book than a mosaic of scraps and shreds recovered from the shot rubbish of some fourteen years of journalism". The criticisms, covering a wide range of authors (all English or French save Heinrich Heine and Leo Tolstoy) were remarkable for their insight. During 1892, he published a second volume of poetry, named after the first poem, "The Song of the Sword" but re-titled "London Voluntaries" after another section in the second edition (1893). Robert Louis Stevenson wrote that he had not received the same thrill of poetry so intimate and so deep since George Meredith''s "Joy of Earth" and "Love in the Valley"."
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