Poets of World War I

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Poets of World War I

Poets of World War I World War I was one of the of the bloodiest conflicts in modern history and yet it produced some of the best poetry of the th century Many people s first encounter with poetry is through writers lik

  • Title: Poets of World War I
  • Author: RupertSmith
  • ISBN: 9781432996468
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • World War I was one of the of the bloodiest conflicts in modern history and yet it produced some of the best poetry of the 20th century Many people s first encounter with poetry is through writers like Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, and the passion and power they find in it makes a very deep impact This collective biography of poets like Owen, Sassoon, Brooke, GraWorld War I was one of the of the bloodiest conflicts in modern history and yet it produced some of the best poetry of the 20th century Many people s first encounter with poetry is through writers like Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, and the passion and power they find in it makes a very deep impact This collective biography of poets like Owen, Sassoon, Brooke, Graves, Rosenberg, Brittain, Sorley and Seeger along with potted biographies of many other war poets, gives the background of the poets experiences to explain how the war created so much important poetry and why we keep coming back to this work 100 years later.

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    One thought on “Poets of World War I

    1. Lynda on said:

      The book introduces the reader to some of the more famous poets that wrote about their experiences during World War One. It does not contain the full poems: clearly, the title is 'Poets of World War I' not 'Poems of World War I'. However, the 'discussion topic' feature is not very appropriate given that the reader is only introduced to a few lines of some of the poems; a discussion only makes sense after readers have had a chance to read, digest and contemplate their favorite poems in full. The [...]

    2. Dutchbaby on said:

      Although the format was pleasing and the information interesting, it would have been better had there been at least one complete poem from every featured poet.

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