Analysis of No one so much as you (M.E.T.) by Edward Thomas
Although this poem is generally known by its first line, it also has a subtitle of (M.E.T.), which gives away the person to whom the poem is addressed, as the poet’s mother – Mary Elizabeth Thomas (or Townsend, to use her maiden name). This piece was written in February 1916, while Edward Thomas was training close to London, spending a great deal of time with his parents at their home at Balham in London.
- No. of Words: 2,033
- Author: W Lawrance
- Category: OCR AS F661 Edward Thomas
- Syllabus(es): OCR
- Revised and Updated: July 2012
- Publisher: Great War Literature Publishing LLP