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Poets of World War I: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) (Part 1)


Though overshadowed by others, Rupert Brooke's gifts as a poet were palpable; Siegfried Sassoon is known as a talented and prolific writer and poet. Learn much more about both poets with this edition of Bloom's Major Poets, which includes critical analyses and biographies of each writer.



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 RomanticiInheritance -- 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 -- 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 Analyis 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 Analyis 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.

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