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The Thirteenth Square single work   poetry   "The champions of Bled and Blod"
Issue Details: First known date: 1947... 1947 The Thirteenth Square
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Notes

  • Epigraph: Red to play ... and mate with White at the thirtenth square.
  • Epigraph: 'He has told me a good tale,' said the lad, 'for there was fighting in it, but I did not understand much of it, and it is hard to remember so long a story.' - W. B. Yeats, Out of the Rose.
  • Epigraph: Wind-swept and rain beaten where are those/ Palaces of Han and Castles of Ch in? - Hsin Ch'i-Chi plus Ch'u Ta-Kao (Translator).

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