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Poems of the First World War: Never Such Innocence (Everyman) [Paperback]

Various , Dr Martin Stephen
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The popularity of the work of the First World War trench poets, and even greater influence of the poets who wrote in the 1920s, have tended to blot out from public view the nature of pre-war poetry in Britain. Read the first page
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