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Writers In Britain: Poets of the First World War

AuthorNicola Barber, Patrick Lee-Browne

NarratorJohn Gibbens

Duration58m

CategoriesAdult Fiction, Poetry, Children and Young Adult Non-Fiction and Educational Titles

Key StageKS3

PublisherInhouse

VersionUnabridged

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Focusing on five major war poets: Ivor Gurney, Wilfrid Owen, Isaac Rosenberg, Siegried Sassoon and Edward Thomas, this audiobook examines the experiences of the soldiers who found artistic expression in their poetry for the horrors of warfare. An informative introduction to the poets of the First World War.

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