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WRITERS OF TODAY:

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Mr. PAUL EDMONDS reading a short Story : ' The Powers of ' the Imagination '
TT would bo interesting to know how much creative work was produced in the most unlikely surroundings of prison-camps during the war. It is certain that even under such conditions the thoughts of many of the prisoners naturally turned towards the gentler arts-painting, music, or literature.
Mr. Paul Edmonds , who is to broadcast tonight, was with the garrison in Kut, and spent two and a half years as a prisoner in the hands of the Turks. During that time ho not merely wrote stories, but composed music, produced plays, trained a choir and learnt to draw. He is the author of ' Peacocks and Pagodas' and ' To the Land of the Eagle,' both of which he illustrated himself.

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