The Truth of War: Owen, Blunden, Rosenberg e-book
by Desmond Graham
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The truth of war. Owen, Blunden, Rosenberg. Bibliography: p. -165. Published 1984 by Carcanet Press in Manchester . Written in English. Criticism and interpretation, English War poetry, English poetry, History and criticism, Literature and the war, Soldiers' writings, English, War poetry, English, World War, 1914-1918. Edmund Blunden (1896-1974), Isaac Rosenberg (1890-1918), Wilfred Owen (1893-1918).
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Jeffrey Meyers The Truth of War: Owen, Blunden and Rosenberg Desmond Graham (Carcanet £1. 5) D uring the Great War, the genteel verse that justified carnage in the name of. Arts. Reacting Noel Malcolm w hen something as sudden as an assas- sination happens, radio shows a defi- nite edge over its competitors. The repor- ter speaking at the other end of a.
Graham, Desmond, The Truth of War: Owen, Blunden, Rosenberg, Manchester, 1984. A Background Study to the Poetry of the First World War, London, 1979. Stallworthy, Jon, Wilfred Owen, London, 1974. Harvey, A. A Muse of Fire. Literature, Art and War, London, 1998. Tylee, Claire . The Great War and Women's Consciousness, London, 1990. Ward, A. Twentieth-Century Literature: 1901-1925, London, 1928. Webb, Barry, Edmund Blunden: A Biography, New Haven, 1990. Weintraub, Stanley, A Stillness Heard Around the World. The End of the Great War, New York, 1985.
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Isaac Rosenberg, specifically named by Douglas, and Edmund Blunden, who Douglas knew personally, are .
Isaac Rosenberg, specifically named by Douglas, and Edmund Blunden, who Douglas knew personally, are among the World War I poets who influenced Douglas’s work. These influences and the differing levels of anxiety Douglas’s poetry registers in response to them, are the subjects of my inquiry. Douglas’s biographer, Desmond Graham, could almost be describing either poet in The Truth of War when he writes: views each scene as a visual artist, attempts to capture in shapes and colour and movement the essence of what the eye sees.
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