Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-169) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR605.W65 P37 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 175 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||175|
|ISBN 10||071081285X, 0710812868|
|LC Control Number||96184132|
First World War writing in English. The First World War section includes some of the most famous war poems of all time by Wilfred Owen and others. The basic notes provided with some of these poems will be useful for students. Edward Thomas, Rupert Brooke and Thomas Hardy, just three of the poets that you can find biographical information about. The horror of the war and its aftermath altered the world for decades, and poets responded to the brutalities and losses in new ways. Just months before his death in , English poet Wilfred Owen famously wrote, “This book is not about heroes. English Poetry is not yet fit to speak of them. Unrivaled in its range and intensity, the poetry of World War I continues to have a powerful effect on readers. This newly edited anthology reflects the diverse experiences of those who lived through the war, bringing together the words of poets, soldiers, and civilians affected by the conflict/5(62). The Impact of the First World War: Britain & Literature “ There was no really good true war book during the entire four years of the war. The only true writing that came through during the war was in poetry. One reason for this is that poets are not arrested as quickly as prose writers”.
About this Item: London George Prior Publishers First Published, 8vo, xxxi, pp, Blue Laminated Boards with Gilt cover & spine (Good/Very Good), No Dust Jacket (as issued). - This bibliography collects together poetry and verse on the theme of the First World War, written by English Poets (i.e. poets of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales), servicemen and civilians, who experienced. English literature - English literature - The literature of World War I and the interwar period: The impact of World War I upon the Anglo-American Modernists has been noted. In addition the war brought a variety of responses from the more-traditionalist writers, predominantly poets, who saw action. Rupert Brooke caught the idealism of the opening months of the war (and died in service. The Penguin Book of First World War Poetry (Second edition) edited by Jon Silkin and David McDuff is a collection of poetry from and about the WWI. Silkin and McDuff increased the number of poems in translation included in the collection/5. This article focuses on poetry from the United Kingdom written in the English article does not cover poetry from other countries where the English language is spoken, including Southern Ireland after December The earliest surviving English poetry, written in Anglo-Saxon, the direct predecessor of modern English, may have been composed as early as the 7th century.
- This bibliography collects together poetry and verse on the theme of the First World War, written by English Poets (i.e. poets of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales), servicemen and civilians, who experienced the war. It is resticted to printed material in the form of book, pamphlet, card, or broadside. Kendall tackles the ‘disparagement and neglect’ of women's war poetry (p. xxv), selecting five female poets and, of these five, only Cannan appears in The New Oxford Book of War Poetry. With regard to the First World War, the women poets are essentially the difference between the two anthologies – 22 of Kendall's 27 poets are in Author: Guy Cuthbertson. The First World War produced an extraordinary flowering of poetic talent. Its poets mark the conflict in ways that are both intensely personal and as enduring as any monument. Their lines have come to express the feelings of a nation about the horrors and consequences of war/5. A collection of poems inspired by World War One, featuring poems by First World War poets including Siegfried Sassoon, Rupert Brooke and Wilfred Owen. 04/11/ The First World War inspired profound poetry – words in which the atmosphere and landscape of .