A good fiver's worth here - A Shropshire Lad and The Land is yours (below). If you double click on the picture below you will be able to read the pages and then you can go to Amazon and see if it's being offered for a penny . . .
I just can't resist them. When I was in Brecon again on Monday, I took fellow bookaholics (my daughter and her boyfriend) into Andrew Morton's excellent 2nd hand bookshop. I DID resist a little tempation and didn't buy the Fred Kitchen book I found there though I did want it, but then I found another C Henry Warren book and it was only £3 so I talked myself into that, and then I was browsing the poetry section for anything by any of the Dymock poets or about them, and came upon a cheap (£2) copy of Houseman's A Shropshire Lad. Well, I think you will understand I couldn't leave them behind . . . In fact, following a conversation I had with a friend, who kindly gave me some wonderful literary gems recently following her aunt's death, it would appear that her aunty was guiding my hand, since A Shropshire Lad was her permanent bedside companion . . . Thank you Jessie . . .