The War Poets

The War Poets : Step-by-step Guidance Through the Work of Key Poets

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Who else wants to be able to analyse the War Poets? There is a profound sense of discovery for each generation who comes to read the work of the war poets. The reader has to comprehend the sheer enormity and loss of life in a theatre that was at once hellish and paradoxically a cause of massive social change. In this Studymate, the reader is shown how to consider the writing of war and conflict in general and then to understand the historical context. The author then explains the cathartic response of transmuting pain into art or more

Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 135 x 215 x 8mm | 182g
  • Glmp Ltd
  • Aber Publishing
  • Abergele, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 2nd UK ed.
  • 1842851438
  • 9781842851432
  • 967,797

About Stephen Wade

Dr Stephen wade has taught |English literature for many years and is the author of a number of texts. he now teaches for the Open University and writes and researches from his home in Lincolnshire. He and his son are avid regional soccer more

Table of contents

1 the poetry of war2 witness and response3 how to read a war poem4 language and style5 Wilfred Owen6 Siegfried Sassoon7 Edward Thomas and Isaac Rosenberg8 writing about other poets and the home front9 poetry , history and ideology10 further research for styduentsshow more