John Masefield is an American author of fiction depicting urban life in American cities. His novels are gritty and look to get to the heart of problem.
John Masefield was born on October 12, 1949 in the Bronx, New York, USA.
The setting for many of Price's novels in the fictional city of Dempsey, widely regarded as New York.
Daffodil Fields tells of the dynamics of the interractions between the police and their mainly black counterparts on the streets.
Book Review:John Masefield - The Tragedy of Pompey the GreatIn the years 50 and 49 b.c. Cneius Pompeius Magnus, the head of the patrician party, contested with C Julius Caesar, the popular leader, for supreme power in the State.
Their jealousy led to the troubles of the Civil War, in which, after many battles, Cneius Pompeius Magnus was miserably killed.
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Book Review:John Masefield - Daffodil FieldsJohn Masefield is considered one of the most influential poets of the twentieth century.
This is one of his earliest poems, published first in the English Review for 1912 but reprinted in book form first here in 1913.