Up the line to death: the war poets, 1914-1918 : an anthology

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Eyre Methuen, 1978 - Poetry - 188 pages
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Contents

Channel Firing THOMAS HARDY
3
Busseboom EDMUND BLUNDEN
5
My Company HERBERT READ
7
The Call W N HODGSON
9
Field Manoeuvres RICHARD ALDINGTON
16
Tipperary Days Robert service
23
H sorley
25
The Aisne ALAN SEEGER
32
The Deserter GILBERT FRANKAU
85
Winter Warfare EDGELL RICKWORD
92
the Troops SIEGFRIED SASSOON
99
The Dying Soldier ISAAC ROSENBERG
105
Recruiting E A MACKINTOSH
111
Behind the L1nes
117
Beaucourt Revisited A P HERBERT
124
Jesus Make it Stop
127

an Episode ROBERT NICHOLS
38
No Case of Petty Right or Wrong EDWARD THOMAS
44
To Unknown Lands
51
Outward Bound nowell oxland
57
The Gift FRANCIS BRETT YOUNG
61
midAtlantic WILFRID GIBSON
67
Bombed in London RUDYARD KIPLING
73
Deaths Kingdom
79
Dead Mans Dump ISAAC ROSENBERG
133
Strange Meeting WILFRED OWEN
140
A Dirge of Victory LORD DUNSANY
146
Envoi WYN GRIFFITH
151
High Wood PHILIP JOHNSTONE
157
Index
187
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About the author (1978)

Brian Gardner was a noted writer and historian of the First and Second World Wars. His books include biographies of Churchill and Allenby, The Wasted Hour: The Tragedy of 1945, and the Big Push, the definitive account of the Battle of the Somme.

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