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New Paperback Quantity Available: Seller Rating:. New Quantity Available: 5. New Paperback Quantity Available: 1. Published by Pan Macmillan. Nov 14, Paul rated it it was amazing. Wonderful moving collection that give a real sense of the way the war was viewed from a number of perspectives.

There are a number of poems at the beginning that reflect the jingoistic optimism of a 'good' war that would wake a nation always England, never the United Kingdom from the risk of decadance. The Romantic metaphor of the dead soldiers 'sleeping' so peaceful, so heroic, shades of King Arthur is common.

As the collection developes the reality and the bitterness at the cost of this re Wonderful moving collection that give a real sense of the way the war was viewed from a number of perspectives. As the collection developes the reality and the bitterness at the cost of this reality comes to the front and the wonderful poems of Sassoon and Owen.

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I also enjoyed the variety of perspectives - the women left behind, the women liberated by war work from the straitjacket of Edwardian gender-conformity, the parents mourning a child - and also for the soldiers on the front line those rare moments of peace amongst the carnage. Just one thing would have made this perfect - a few poems from German, Russian, French, American, Italian perspectives, and those subjects of the European Empires although there is a great one by Yeats from an Irish fighter pilot's viewpoint.


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  8. Jan 04, Shaun Terry jr. There are some beautiful poems here. There are some rhymed poems here. There are some beautiful, rhymed poems here. Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon do some special work among these. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Gaby Morgan. Gaby Morgan. Reviewed by: Sue Wilsher.

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