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Poets of WWI : Wilfred Owen & Isaac Rosenberg

Author: Harold Bloom
Publisher: Broomall, PA : Chelsea House Publishers, ©2002.
Series: Bloom's major poets.
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Essays discuss the major themes of poetry written by Wilfred Owen and Isaac Rosenberg during World War I.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Bloom
ISBN: 0791059324 9780791059326
OCLC Number: 46633867
Description: 111 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: [WILFRED OWEN]. Biography of Wilfred Owen --
Thematic Analysis of"Dulce et Decorum Est" --
Critical Views on "Dulce et Decorum Est" --
Edmund Blunden: Wilfred Owen on His Vision of War --
Desmond Graham on Narrative Distance --
Mark Van Doren on the Pity of War --
Thematic Analysis of "Strange Meeting" --
Critical Views on "Strange Meeting" --
Dylan Thomas on Owen's Development as a Poet --
Ted Hughes on the Legacy of Owen --
Elliott B. Gose Jr. on Universality in "Strange Meeting" --
Dominic Hibberd on Owen's Other --
Thematic Analysis of "Anthem for Doomed Youth" --
Critical Views on "Anthem for Doomed Youth" --
Philip Larkin Reviews The Collected Poems --
Siegfried Sassoon on Meeting Wilfred Owen --
Jon Silken on Owen and Consolation in "Anthem for Doomed Youth" --
Dominic Hibberd on Owen's Romantic Inheritance --
David Daiches on Owen and Language --
Thematic Analysis of "Futility" --
Critical Viws on "Futility" --
C. Day Lewis on Owen's Reaction to the War --
Gertrude M. White on War as a Violation of Nature --
Arthur E. Lane on "Futility" --
D.S.R. Welland on Owen's Use of Half-Rhyme. [ISAAC ROSENBERG]. Biography of Isaac Rosenberg --
Thematic Analysis of "The Dead Heroes" --
Critical Views on "The Dead Heroes" --
Bernard Bergonzi on Rosenberg Versus Other War Poets --
Horace Gregory on Rosenberg's Isolation --
David Daiches on Rosenberg's Place in English Poetry --
Thematic Analysis of "Break of Day in the Trenches" --
Critical Views on "Break of Day in the Trenches" --
Siegfried Sassoon on Rosenberg's Experimentation with Language --
D.W. Harding on the Dialectical Imagination --
Jean Moorcroft Wilson on Rosenberg's Paintings --
Matt Simpson on Reading "Break of Day" --
Thematic Analy[s]is of "Dead Man's Dump" --
Critical Views on "Dead Man's Dump" --
Rosenberg Lectures on Art --
Marius Bewley on Rosenberg's Strengths Compared --
to Wilfred Owen --
Jean Liddiard on the Half-Used Life --
Desmond Graham on Rosenberg Between Life and Death --
Jon Silken and the "Idea" in Rosenberg --
Thematic Analy[s]is of "A Worm Fed on the Heart of Corinth" --
Critical Views on "A Worm Fed on the Heart of Corinth" --
Joseph Cohen on the Fall of Empire --
Paul Fussell on the Life of Isaac Rosenberg --
Jean Liddiard on the Practical Problems Rosenberg Overcame --
Works by the Poets of World War I --
Works About World War I Poets --
Index of Themes and Ideas.
Series Title: Bloom's major poets.
Other Titles: Poets of World War I
Poets of World War One
Responsibility: Harold Bloom, editor.
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