Wilfred Owen


On the Trail of Poets of the Great War

By: Philip Guest, Helen McPhail
Supplied by: Pen and Sword

Format: Paperback
Series: Battleground Books: WWI
Pages: 128
ISBN: 9780850526141
Published: 12th August 1998
RRP / Print Price: £10.99

Current purchase price:
£7.69

Wilfred Owen

This is a guide to the battlefields that inspired the young and sensitive poet, whose poems are probably the twentieth century's best-known literary expressions of experience of war. Detailed maps, military diaries, photographs and modern roads guide the visitor through the battlefields. Owen's letters are used extensively, together with his poetry, linking specific places events, vividly describing the suffering of the trench.

 




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