One Among So Many

Francis William Lauderdale ADAMS (1862 - 1893)

Adams' energy and drive can be seen through his large output of written work in his short lifetime. He often wrote quickly and did little revision, living as he did on the proceeds of his own work rather than with the support of a family or sinecure. Songs of the Army of the Night has been reprinted in many editions, but the reputation of these poems ascends from their engagement with social issues, rather than their value as pure poetry for Adams was deeply sympathetic towards downtrodden races and men. - Summary by Wikipedia

Genre(s): Multi-version (Weekly and Fortnightly poetry)

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 One Among So Many - Read by BK Bruce Kachuk
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Play 02 One Among So Many - Read by ED Eva Davis
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Play 03 One Among So Many - Read by EL|ALP Algy Pug
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Play 04 One Among So Many - Read by GG Greg Giordano
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Play 05 One Among So Many - Read by MK Maria Kasper
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Play 06 One Among So Many - Read by MSD Matthew Datcher
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Play 07 One Among So Many - Read by PY Peter Yearsley
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Play 08 One Among So Many - Read by TA Tony Addison
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