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A Corner of a Foreign Field The Poems of World War One by Fiona Waters

A Corner of a Foreign Field The Poems of World War One

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A Corner of a Foreign Field The Poems of World War One by Fiona Waters

This book features: Wilfred Owen; Siegfried Sassoon; Isaac Rosenberg; Rupert Brooke; Ivor Gurney; Robert Graves; W.S.S Lyon; Charlotte Mew; Jessie Pope; Eleanor Farjeon; Ernest Hemingway; A.E. Houseman; W.B. Yeats; John McRae; Edward Shanks; Harold Monro; Bernard Freeman Trotter; Nina Murdoch; e e Cummings; Alan Seeger; Wallace Stevens; Private Buck McCollum; Nina MacDonald; M Winifred Wedgewood; Mary Gabrielle Collins; Richard Aldington; Edgell Rickword; Rudyard Kipling; Wilfred Gibson; Ezra Pound; Charles Hamilton Sorley; Frederic Manning; Paul Muldoon; Edward Thomas; FS Flint; Mikhail Naimy; Rose Macaulay; Stephen Spender; Humber Woolfe; May Herschel-Clarke; Kay Boyle; Horace Bray; Constance Powell; Gilbert Frankau; Theresa Hooley; Edward Thomas; E Wyndham Tennant; Wilhelm Klemm; May Sinclair; Eva Dobell; Margaret Postgate Cole; Conrad Aiken; Robert Frost; May Wedderburn Cannan; Edith Wharton; Margaret Sackville; Carl Sandburg; and Laurence Binyon.

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Publication date

15th November 2007


Fiona Waters

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Transatlantic Press an imprint of Atlantic Publishing,Croxley Green


192 pages


Poetry anthologies (various poets)
First World War



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