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Poems of the Great War by Running Press Staff (Editor); Christopher Navratil (Editor)This collection featuring nearly 50 memorable poems from some of the best writers of the time: Rupert Brooke, Siegried Sasson, Wilfred Owen, Ivan Gurney, Isaac Rosenberg, Richard Aldington, Edward Thomas, and many more. Vividly expressing the ravages of war fought on the front lines, their poems are some of the most powerful and poignant works of the twentieth century.
1914-18 : The Great war and the shaping of the 20th century by Jay Winter
Call Number: 940.4 WIN
Publication Date: 1996
A corner of a foreign field by Fiona Waters
Call Number: 821 COR
Publication Date: 2007
First World War Poems by Andrew Motion (Editor)The First World War produced some of the most haunting and memorable poetry of our age. In this compelling anthology, the Poet Laureate Andrew Motion guides us through both the horror and the pity of that conflict, from the trenches of the Western Front to reflections from our own age. With a selection of our best-known war poets, this collection also returns lesser known pieces to the light and extends the selection right through to the present day. The text serves to remind us how poetry of that time has, more than any other art from, come to stand testament to the grief and outrage occasioned by World War I.
Call Number: 821.008 FIR
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
In Time of War by Anne Harvey [Ed.]
Call Number: 821.008 INT
Publication Date: 1995
Poets of the first World War by Neil Champion
Call Number: B 928.2 CHA
Publication Date: 2002
The War Poems of Wilfred Owen by Wilfred Owen, Jon Stallworthy
Call Number: 821 OWE
Publication Date: 1994
Poets of the First World War by Nicola Barber; Patrick Lee-BrowneThis text examines the experiences of the soldiers who found artistic expression in their poetry for the horrors of warfare, and looks at the historical, political and social background which shaped the poetry of the war.
Call Number: B 821.912 BAR
Publication Date: 2001-01-01
Poets of the First World War by Nicola Barber; Patrick Lee-BrowneExamining the experiences of the soldiers who found artistic expression in their poetry for the horrors of warfare, this guide also looks at the historical, political, and social background which shaped the poetry of the war. Five major war poets are looked at in detail--Ivor Gurney, Wilfred Owen, Isaac Rosenberg, Siegfried Sassoon, and Edward Thomas. A lively and authoritative text, supported by carefully chosen pictorial and literary evidence, makes this book the ideal companion for young students of these influential poets.