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‘Saunders movingly presents the poppy in its beauty, its tragedy and its healing power as a potent symbol every year in our national and global remembrance of loss.’(Saga magazine)
'Saunders movingly presents the poppy in its beauty, its tragedy and its healing power as a potent symbol every year in our national and global remembrance of loss.' Saga Magazine --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Very pleased with the poppy, but very difficult to fit onto the rodPublished 10 months ago by David Guy
Brought as a present but had a quick glance. Looks good and i'd receommend if this was your type of read.Published 15 months ago by jules
Really enjoyed this book - visited WWI battlefields last year - so had a good idea of what WWI was really likePublished 17 months ago by flamingparrot4
This book kept me enthral led from the first page to the last. When I purchased the book it was not what I expected. Every one should read it.Published 17 months ago by Mavis Thurston
What a fab book, gives an insight into the essence of the poppy as a symbol and why we feel they way we do about itPublished 18 months ago by bookmag
learned so much about the poppy and how it came to be chosen as symbol of remembrance and how it is linked to opium poppyPublished 19 months ago by Dot H