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First World War Poems

by Jane McMorland-Hunter

Part of the National Trust History & Heritage Series


First World War Poems Synopsis

There are all the famous frontline poets - including Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon and Edward Thomas - but also civilians writing from the Home Front, including Rudyard Kipling and Vera Brittain. The poems are organised into themed chapters, ranging from the war in the air to the impact on families and sweethearts and even the contribution of animals. Two of the poems are previously unpublished gems by an airman called Eric Simson.

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ISBN: 9781909881105
Publication date: 04/07/2014
Publisher: National Trust Books an imprint of Pavilion Books
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781909881105
Publication date: 4th July 2014
Author: Jane McMorland-Hunter
Publisher: National Trust Books an imprint of Pavilion Books
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 184 pages
Genres: Poetry,
Categories: Poetry anthologies (various poets),

About Jane McMorland-Hunter

Jane McMorland Hunter has written several books, including Ode to London. Her other books include three books in the best-selling Teach Yourself series as well as The Tiny Garden (Frances Lincoln) and For the Love of an Orchard (Pavilion) both of which have been widely and favourably reviewed. She lives in London.

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