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Poets of World War I : Rupert Brooke & Siegfried Sassoon

Author: Harold Bloom
Publisher: Philadelphia : Chelsea House, ©2003.
Series: Bloom's major poets.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Critiques the poetry of Rupert Brooke and Siegfried Sassoon.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Named Person: Rupert Brooke; Siegfried Sassoon; Rupert Brooke; Siegfried Sassoon
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Bloom
ISBN: 0791073882 9780791073889
OCLC Number: 51942478
Notes: "Comprehensive Research and Study Guide."
Description: 83 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Biography of Rupert Brooke --
Thematic analysis of "1914 : I. Peace" --
Critical views on "1914 : I. Peace." Timothy Rogers on the origins of the 1914 sonnets ; John Lehmann on Brooke's Puritanism ; Bernard Bergonzi on the myth of Rupert Brooke --
Thematic analysis of "1914 : III. The dead" and "1914 : IV. The dead" --
Critical views on "1914 : III. The dead" and "1914 : IV. The dead." Christopher Hassall on the young Rupert Brooke ; Robert Pearsall on the philosophy of the 1914 sonnets ; Virginia Woolf remembers Rupert Brooke --
Thematic analysis of "1914 : V. The soldier" --
Critical views on "1914 : V. The soldier." Winston on one of England's "noblest sons" ; Arthur Stringer on mourning Rupert Brooke ; Jon Silkin on Brooke in the public service --
Biography of Siegfried Sassoon --
Thematic analysis of "Enemies" --
Critical views on "Enemies." Michael Thorpe on human sympathy in Sassoon's war poems ; Joseph Cohen and the three roles of Sassoon ; John Middleton Murry on reading Siegfried Sassoon --
Thematic analysis of "Conscripts" --
Critical views on "Conscripts." Patrick Campbell on "Conscripts" ; Arthur E. Lane on realism in Sassoon's war poems ; George Parfitt on satire in Sassoon's poetry --
Thematic analysis of "Attack" --
Critical views on "Attack." Patrick Campbell on Sassoon's spiritual pilgrimage ; John H. Johnston on the fellowship of suffering in the war poems ; Thomas Mallon on Sassoon's memory of the war.
Series Title: Bloom's major poets.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
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Essays discuss the major themes of poetry during World War I written by Rupert Brooke and Siegried Sassoon.  Read more...

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