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History Through Poetry: World War I

Author: Paul Dowswell
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ISBN: 9780750283281
Format: Paperback
Published: March 2014
Published By: Wayland
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In trench and barn I spend each day, From fort or attic glimpse the sky, At this war simply slog away, But never know the reason why. Marc De Larreguy De Civrieux A poem can tell us a great deal about the moment in history when the poet put pen to paper. This book uses the poetry of World War I to examine issues of patriotism, propaganda, religion, the role of women and life on the Western Front. It looks closely at the poets and their poetry, and at the world they describe.
ISBN: 9780750283281
Number of Pages: 32
Format: Paperback
Reading Level:
Published Date: 11-Mar-2014
Dimensions (mm): 270x220mm
Publisher: Wayland

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