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The collected poems of Wilfred Owen

Author: Wilfred Owen; C Day Lewis; Edmund Blunden
Publisher: New York : New Directions Pub. Co., 1965, ©1963.
Series: New Directions paperbook, 210.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wilfred Owen; C Day Lewis; Edmund Blunden
ISBN: 0811201325 9780811201322
OCLC Number: 4921219
Notes: "A New Directions book."
Previous editions published under title: Poems.
Description: 191 pages : facsimiles ; 21 cm.
Contents: Wilfred Owen's Preface --
War Poems --
Strange Meeting --
Insensibility --
Apologia Pro Poemate Meo --
Greater Love --
The Parable of the Old Man and the Young --
Arms and the Boy --
Anthem for Doomed Youth --
The Send-Off --
Exposure --
The Show --
Spring Offensive --
Dulce et Decorum Est --
Asleep --
Futility --
The Last Laugh --
The Letter --
The Sentry --
Conscious --
A Terre --
Disabled --
Mental Cases --
The Chances --
The Dead-Beat --
S.I.W. --
Smile, Smile, Smile --
Inspection --
The Calls --
At a Calvary near the Ancre --
Le Christianisme --
Soldier's Dream --
Sonnet --
The Next War --
Other Poems, and Fragments --
The End --
The Unreturning --
Miners --
Happiness --
Shadwell Stair --
Six o'clock in Princes Street --
The Roads Also --
Hospital Barge at Cerisy --
Training --
Sonnet, to a Child --
To Eros --
My Shy Hand --
The Kind Ghosts --
Winter Song --
Music --
Storm --
To My Friend --
Fragment: Not one corner ... --
Fragment: Cramped in that funnelled hole ... --
Fragment: I saw his round mouth's crimson --
Fragment: As bonze may be much beautified --
Has your Soul Sipped? --
Minor Poems, and Juvenilia --
From my Diary, July 1914 --
On my Songs --
Antaeus: a Fragment --
The Promisers --
The Fates --
This is the Track --
O World of many World --
Song of Songs --
All Sounds have been as Music --
Bugles sang ... --
1914 --
The One Remains --
To the Bitter Sweet-heart --
The Sleeping Beauty --
Sonnet Autumnal --
'Long Ages Past' --
Purple --
Maundy Thursday --
To- --
Spells and Incantation --
The Imbecile --
Beauty --
Bold Horatius --
Elegy in April and September --
To a Comrade in Flanders.
Series Title: New Directions paperbook, 210.
Responsibility: edited with an introd. and notes by C. Day Lewis and with a memoir by Edmund Blunden.

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