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The Penguin book of First World War poetry

Author: Jon Silkin
Publisher: Harmondsworth, Middlesex ; New York, N.Y. : Penguin Books, 1981.
Series: The Penguin poets
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Poetry
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Silkin
ISBN: 0140422552 9780140422559
OCLC Number: 8383241
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: 282 p. ; 19 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Thomas Hardy / Channel Firing --
Drummer Hodge --
Rupert Brooke / From 1914 - IV. The Dead --
V. The Soldier --
Julian Grenfell / Into Battle --
John McCrae / In Flanders Fields --
Alan Seeger / Rendezvous --
Charles Hamilton Sorley / 'All the hills and vales along' --
Two Sonnets --
'When you see millions of the mouthless dead' --
Edward Thomas / A Private --
Man and Dog --
The Owl --
In Memoriam (Easter, 1915) --
Fifty Faggots --
This is No Case of Petty Right or Wrong --
Rain --
Roads --
February Afternoon --
The Cherry Trees --
Gone, Gone Again --
Edmund Blunden / Two Voices --
Preparations for Victory --
Come On, My Lucky Lads --
The Zonnebeke Road --
Vlamertinghe: Passing the Chateau, July, 1917 --
Third Ypres --
Gouzeaucourt: The Deceitful Calm --
La Quinque Rue --
The Ancre at Hamel: Afterwards --
1916 seen from 1921 --
Report on Experience --
The Midnight Skaters --
Ivor Gurney / To His Love --
The Silent One --
The Bohemians --
Butchers and Tombs --
War Books --
Strange Hells --
Robert Graves / To Robert Nichols --
Recalling War --
Siegfried Sasson / A Working Party --
'The rank stench of those bodies haunts me still' --
The Death-Bed --
Prelude: The Troops --
Counter-attack --
Base Details --
Lamentations --
Does it Matter? --
Glory of Women --
Repression of War Experience --
Rudyard Kipling / Epitaphs of the War (1914-18) --
A Servant --
A Son --
The Coward --
Pelicans in the Wilderness (A Grave near Halfa) --
The Refined Man --
Common Form --
A Drifter off Tarentum --
Gethsemane (1914-18) --
Edgell Rickword / The Soldier Addresses his Body --
Winter Warfare --
E.E. Cummings / 'My sweet old etcetera' --
Richard Aldington / Field Manoeuvres --
Outpost Duty --
In the Trenches --
Trench Idyll --
Resentmant --
Ford Madox Ford / From 'Antwerp' --
That Exploit of Yours --
F.S. Flint / Lament --
T.E.Hulme / Trenches: St. Eloi --
Herbert Read / The Happy Warrior --
The End of a War --
Argument --
Meditation of a Dying German Officer --
Dialogue between the Body and the Soul of the Murdered Girl --
Meditation of the Waking English Officer --
A short Poem for Armistice Day --
David Jones / From In Parenthesis, Part 7 --
Harold Monro / From 'Youth in Arms' --
IV. Carrion --
John Peale Bishop / In the Dordogne --
Frederic Manning / Grotesque --
Wilfred Owen / Exposure --
The Dead-Beat --
Dulce Et Decorum Est --
Anthem for Doomed Youth --
Disabled --
Miners --
Apologia Pro Peomate Meo --
The Show --
Insensibility --A Terre --
From 'Wild with All Regrets' --
The Send-Off --
Mental Cases --
Futility --
Strange Meeting --
The Sentry --
Smile, Smile, Smile --
Spring Offensive --
D.H. Lawrence / Song of a Man who Has Come Through --
Isaac Rosenberg / On Receiving News of the War --
From Moses --
Marching (As Seen from the Left File) --
August 1914 --
Break of Day in the Trenches --
'A worm fed on the heart of Corinth' --
Louse Hunting --
Returning, We Hear the Larks --
Dead Man's Dump --
Daughters of War --
From the Amulet --
The Tower of Skulls --
From The Unicorn --
Soldier: Twentieth Century --
Girl to Soldier on Leave --
The Burning of the Temple --
The Destruction of Jerusalem by the Babylonian Hordes --
Georg Heym / War --
'Why do you visit men, white moths, so often?' --
George Trakl / Trumpets --
Night --
Dejection --
In the East --
Lament --
Grodek --
Alfred Lichtenstein / Leaving for the Front --
Ernst Stadler / Decampment --
Wilhelm Klemm / Clearing-Station --
Clearing Station --
August Stramm / Guard-Duty --
Battlefield --
Albert Ehrenstein / The Poet and War - Anton Schnack / Nocturnal Landscape --
Yvan Goll / From Requiem for the Dead of Europe --
Recitative (I) --
Recitative (VIII) --
Guillaume Apollinaire / Shadow --
The Sighs of the Gunner from Dakar --
Charles Vildrac / Relief --
Rene Arcos / The Dead --
Guiseppe Ungaretti / Agony --
Vigil --
Brothers --
I am a Creature --
Rivers --
San Martino del Carso --
Italy --
No More Crying Out --
Eugenio Montale / Thrust and Riposte --
Aleksandr Blok / The Kite --
Anna Akhmatova / July 1914 --
Osip Mandelstam / Petropolis --
Marina Tsvetayeva / 'A white low sun' --
Postcript.
Series Title: The Penguin poets
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Jon Silkin.

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