Out in the Dark, Poetry of the First World War in context and with basic notes
Out in the Dark
Poetry of the First World War, in Context and with Basic Notes
Edited by David Roberts
The most important poems and poets of the First World War, and other poets of special interest, with women poets particularly well represented. The most celebrated poets – including Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon and Isaac Rosenberg – have been given whole chapters. Their work has been arranged in date order so that the development of their ideas and techniques may be appreciated.
Comments of past and present day critics, and basic explanatory notes on unusual expressions and vocabulary make this poignant anthology especially valuable for students. Extracts from poets’ diaries and letters, historical and biographical notes, fascinating photographs and drawings give further insights into the lives, experience and thinking of the poets.
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“By far the most useful anthology for students; it is really well designed, and gives students just the context they need for the poetry.” — Felicity Currie, university lecturer, former assistant chief examiner in A level English Literature.
192 pages 9"x 6" Paperback
ISBN 978-0-9528969-1-3 Saxon Books
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