2 edition of poetry of the First World War (sound cassettes) found in the catalog.
poetry of the First World War (sound cassettes)
|Statement||(speaker,) Vernon Scannell.|
|Series||Sound Education -- 30|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8p. and 2 cassettes in box|
April is National Poetry Month, and I like to take time around April reading a lot of poetry. When I thought to devote my blog postings for the library during to books written during, or about World War I, one of the first things I did was make sure that there were volumes of poetry available. Buy Poetry of the First World War An Anthology (Oxford World's Classics) First Edition by Kendall, Tim (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(75).
Get this from a library! Poetry of the First World War.. -- Rupert Brooke - May Wedderburn Cannan - Rudyard Kipling - Wilfred Owen - Isaac Rosenberg - Siegfried Sassoon W.B. Yeats - John McCrae. 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.
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In “The Poetry of World War I,” Kendall has created a remarkable anthology. The introductory essay alone is worth the price of the book. The poems included have been selected with care and insight (and are annotated), and each poet receives a succinct introduction/5(21).
This is an anthology of the poetry by World War One soldiers including well-known Rupert Brooke, Wilfred Owen & Siegfried Sassoon. It, also, includes poetry by civilian and women poets.
Music hall and trench songs are provided, too. Before each poet's selections a short biography of the poet and their poems historical context is included/5. 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(63). Yet eighty years later it is because of Sassoon and his fellow poets - Owen, Rosenberg, Sorley and many others - that we do.
The First World War was one of seemingly endless and unremitting waste and sacrifice.4/5. 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. Intended to publish book of poetry, but killed in action on November 4, ; Most of his poetry published after his death “His poetry often graphically illustrated both the horrors of warfare, the physical landscapes which surrounded him, and the human body in relation to those landscapes.
His verses stand in stark contrast to the patriotic poems of war written by earlier poets of Great Britain, such as Rupert. A collection of poems inspired by World War One, featuring poems by First World War poets including Siegfried Sassoon, Rupert Brooke and Wilfred Owen.
The First World War inspired profound poetry – words in which the atmosphere and landscape of battle were evoked perhaps more vividly than ever before. The poets – many of whom lost their lives – became a collective voice, illuminating not only.
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 inEnglish poet Wilfred Owen famously wrote, “This book is not about heroes.
English Poetry is not yet fit to speak of them. 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 experience of those who lived through the war - bringing together the words of poets, soldiers and civilians affected by the conflict/5(69).
The original War Poetry Website, researched and edited by David Roberts for nearly 20 years, was number one in search results for "war poetry" for over 15 years. Re-written and re-designedit was launched 16 May at and replaces the original which used to be found at Poetry of the First World War: an Anthology edited by Tim Kendall – review The inclusion of less familiar poets and songs from the trenches and music halls makes this.
On this website: Poetry of the First World War Poems of the First World War 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. Poetry of the First World War An Anthology Edited by Tim Kendall Oxford World's Classics.
A new anthology of First World War poetry that brings together the best poetry by soldiers, civilians, and women, with a fresh assessment of the work on the centenary of the Great War's outbreak. The First World War produced an extraordinary flowering of poetic talent, from poets whose words commemorate the conflict as enduringly as monuments in stone.
Their poems have come to express the feelings of a nation about the horrors and aftermath of war/5(). Reflecting the voices of poets, soldiers, the families they left behind and their comrades who would never return, The Penguin Book of First World War Poetry, previously published as In Flanders Fields, is edited with an introduction by George Walter in Penguin Classics/5().
A selection of poetry written during World War I. In the introduction Jon Silkin traces the changing mood of the poets - from patriotism through anger and compassion to an active desire for social change.
The book includes work by Sassoon, Owen, Blunden, Rosenberg, Hardy and Lawrence/5(4). Edited by author and editor Marcus Clapham, the major poets are all represented in this beautiful Macmillan Collector’s Library anthology, Poetry of the First World War, alongside many others whose voices are less well known, and their verse is accompanied by contemporary motifs.
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Description: The First World War produced some of the most haunting and memorable poetry of our age. In this compelling anthology, the Poet Laureate Andrew Motion guides us through both the horror and the pity of that conflict, from the trenches of the Western Front to reflections from our own age.
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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.An anthology of First World War poetry which includes works from a wide range of poets such as Housman, Thomas Hardy, Brooke, Owen, and t.
Accompanying each poem is a contemporary photograph, taken in such areas as the forward trenches, behind the lines and in .Poetry of the First World War An Anthology (Book): 'What passing-bells for these who die as cattle?'The First World War produced an extraordinary flowering of poetic talent, from poets whose words commemorate the conflict as enduringly as monuments in stone.