Isaac Rosenberg has been a fairly neglected poet when it comes to the analysis of Modern English Poetry. This book is an effort to re-excite literary interest in the brilliant yet unique work of this unsung hero whose singular contribution to English Literature is not limited to War Poetry alone. Born around the turn of the 20th century, Rosenberg reflects a distinct individualistic streak in his poetry which is a combination of 'the sacred' and 'the voluptuous'. The book explores 'the scriptural' and 'the sculptural' aspects which shape his poetic make-up including his war poems. Its an intensive study based upon an in-depth analysis of Rosenberg's poems, his letters and his lectures on art.