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Penguin Book WWI Poetry : War Popular Penguins - George Walter

Penguin Book WWI Poetry

War Popular Penguins

By: George Walter (Editor)

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"Unrivalled for its range and intensity, the poetry of the First World War continues to have a powerful effect on readers. This 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. Including famous verses from Rupert Brooke, Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen; pieces by less well-known writers such as Gilbert Frankau and Osbert Sitwell; works by women describing the emotions of those at home; and the anonymous lyrics of soldiers' songs, The Penguin Book of First World War Poetry offers a blend of voices that is both unique and profoundly moving." "This collection has been arranged thematically, moving through the war's different stages from conscription through to its aftermath, to offer the reader a variety of perspectives on the same common experiences.

About the Author

George Walter Thornbury (1828, London – 11 June 1876, London) was an English author. He was the son of a London solicitor, reared by his aunt and educated by her husband, Reverend Barton Bouchier. A journalist by profession, he also wrote verse, novels, art criticism and popular historical and topographical sketches. He began his career in 1845 with contributions to Bristol Journal and wrote later mainly for the Athenaeum. He is said to have died in a lunatic asylum.

ISBN: 9780143571827
ISBN-10: 0143571826
Series: War Popular Penguins
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 440
Published: 26th March 2014
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 17.8 x 11.3  x 2.8
Weight (kg): 18.1