In Flanders Fields And Other Poems
1919. Canadian physician and poet, McCrae served as an army medical officer from 1914 until his death in France. His most famous poem is the inspirational In Flanders Fields, the title piece of this collection of his verse. Contents: In Flanders Fields; The Anxious Dead; The Warrior; Isandlwana; The Unconquered Dead; The Captain; The Song of the Derelict; Quebec; Then and Now; Unsolved; The Hope of My Heart; Penance; Slumber Songs; The Oldest Drama; Recompense; Mine Host; Equality; Anarchy; Disarmament; The Dead Master; The Harvest of the Sea; The Dying of Pere Pierre; Eventide; Upon Watts' Picture Sic Transit; A Song of Comfort; The Pilgrims; The Shadow of the Cross; The Night Cometh; In Due Season; and an essay in character of John McCrae by Sir Andrew Macphail.
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Review: In Flanders Fields and Other PoemsUser Review - Naomi Jameson - Goodreads
I didn't find this very special really, the book wasn't filled with poetry either, there was a very lengthy essay about each of the poems at the end. In Flanders Fields is a fantastic poem, some of the others I really enjoyed too, but I didn't think that many were very memorable at all. Read full review
Review: In Flanders Fields and Other PoemsUser Review - John - Goodreads
. . . . The Great War produced many works describing the great historical, social and psychic break that conflict became. I would suggest that In Flanders Fields, although — or perhaps because — it ... Read full review