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‘England, My England

William Ernest Henley (1849 – 1903) was an English poet, critic and editor. Born in Gloucester, Henley was the oldest of six children. Henley earned his living in publishing and in 1889 became the editor of the Scots Observer (an Edinburgh journal) which was transferred to London in 1891 as the National Observer. Arguably Henley’s best remembered work is the poem ‘Invictus,’ which Nelson Mandela was said to have recited to other prisoners whilst incarcerated in Robben Island Prison. Continue reading