A fine introduction to one of the more modest, but still significant voices of literary modernity -- Scotland on Sunday
Exemplary in its thoroughness, imaginative sympathy and good sense -- Andrew Motion, Financial Times
Rich, compelling, formidably researched enterprise, which is the fruit of a lifetimes devotion to Owens memory -- The Sunday Times
[Hibberds] new Life is a triumph
it is difficult to believe that it will ever be superceded -- Mark Bostridge, Independent on Sunday
[Owen] deserved - but had so far lacked - a definitive biography. Now it is undisputedly here -- Nigel Jones, New Statesman
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The definitive biography of the war poet - 'Dominic Hibberd has probably done more more than any other individual to illuminate Owen's life and work. His new Life is a triumph ... it is difficult to believe it will ever be superseded' Mark Bostridge, The Independent on Sunday
About the Author
Dominic Hibberd has been an acknowledged authority on Wilfred Owen for many years. He was the fourth editor of Owen's war poems, following Siegried Sassoon, Edmund Blunden and Cecil Day Lewis. He taught at Manchester Grammar School and universities in England, the United States and China before settling in an Oxfordshire village, where he is now a full-time author.