Scene from the The Highwayman, poem by English poet Alfred Noyes
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|Caption||Scene from the The Highwayman, poem by English poet Alfred Noyes. "The road was a ribbon of moonlight of the purple moor, The highwayman came riding – riding, riding – The highwayman came riding up to the old inn-door".|
|Creator||Derek Charles Eyles, British (1902–74)|
|Artwork medium||colour lithograph|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|The Highwayman moonlit moonlight night horse inn roadside arriving arrival Alfred Noyes poem poetry verse literature British English Georgian Full Moon red coat galloping road track rider horseman highwayman crime criminal riding speed fast Britain hat England tcx Scene poet DC Eyles Derek Charles Eyles|
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