Wilfred Owen

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Oxford University Press, 1988 - 333 sider
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Of all the poets of the First World War, Wilfred Owen most fires the imagination today. This biography is more than a simple account of his life - the childhood spent in the backstreets of Birkenhead and Shrewsbury, the appalling months in the trenches - it is a poets enquiry into the workingsof a poets mind. This paperback reproduces all the widely praised illustrations of the original edition, including drawings by the poet and facsimile manuscripts of many of his greatest poems. As a portrait of the artist, the book has proved, as the Scotsman predicted, indispensable to any student of Wilfred Owen'slife and work.
 

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Poets of the Great War – Wilfred Owen This antholgy of poems has been selected by Oxford University’s Jon Stallworth a professor in English, has selected forty-three of Owen’s poems including his ... Les hele vurderingen

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Birkenhead 1
17
Shrewsbury
37
Dunsden and After
63
France 191315
94
Training I2
141
The Somme
148
Craiglockhart
218
Scarborough and Ripon
235
France 1918
267
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Jon Stallworthy is Professor of English Literature at Wolfson College, Oxford. He is the author of numerous collections of poetry and works of criticism.

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