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Tides by John Drinkwater is a beautifully written novel that explores the complexities of love, loss, and memory. The story follows the protagonist as he navigates through the ups and downs of life, all while grappling with his own inner demons. Drinkwater's prose is poetic and evocative, drawing the reader in from the very first page.

The characters in Tides are vividly drawn and complex, each with their own struggles and desires. The relationships between them are rich and nuanced, adding depth and dimension to the story. The themes of fate and destiny are woven throughout the narrative, creating a sense of inevitability that keeps the reader engaged until the very end.

Overall, Tides is a thoughtful and thought-provoking novel that will resonate with readers long after they have turned the final page. Drinkwater's lyrical writing style and deep exploration of human emotion make this a must-read for fans of literary fiction. Highly recommended.

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This is a volume of poetry by John Drinkwater. The English poet and playwright was a close associate of, among others, Rupert Brooke, before World War I, and continued a successful career as author and playwright after the war and until his death in 1937. This is a small collection of only 19 of his earlier poems. - Summary by Carolin

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