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|1||The Last Phase||
A discussion on the last phase of the First World War. A talk given at 'Wilfred Owen: From...
|2||From Owen's Doomed Youth, to his doomed youth||
Lecture at the event 'Wilfred Owen: From Doomed Youth to the Battle of the Sambre'....
|Jean Moorcroft Wilson|
|3||The Life and Times of Wilfred Owen (lecture)||
Free public lecture at Gresham College. Available as video, audio and transcript
|Peter Bunyan, Chris Cuff|
|4||Anthem for Doomed Youth (readings)||
by Owen, Wilfred (1893-1918)
|1||Edward Thomas - biography||
If the war goes on I believe I shall find myself a sort of Englishman, though neither poet...
|2||The Art of Mourning in First World War Poetry||
The poetry written during the First World War was often created as an elegiac response to the...
|3||Wilfred Owen - biography||
'My subject is War, and the pity of War. The Poetry is in the pity.'
|Stephanie Fishwick, Stuart Lee|
|4||First World War||
The Great War (also known as World War One, and the First World War) was a global combat centred...
|1||Europeana 1914-1918 (memorabilia collection)||
A big and growing online archive of memorabilia from the time of the First World War. Stories...
|2||Truth-telling versus literary allusion in David Jones’s ‘In Parenthesis’ (1937)||
Article by Anna Johnson, part of the World War I Centenary: Continuations and Beginnings...
|3||The Dying Kiss: Gender and Intimacy in the Trenches of World War I||
Article by Santanu Das for the World War I Centenary: Continuations and Beginnings...
"If the First World War is described as the end of illusion for a whole generation of young men...
|5||Edward Thomas's Birthday||
Blog post and comments. Includes Thomas's poem, 'March the 3rd'.
|6||Edward Thomas: 'In Memoriam [Easter 1915]'||
Blog post and comments discussing the manuscript of Edward Thomas's 'In Memoriam [Easter 1915...