From Galipoli To Gaza: The Desert Poets Of World War One

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From Galipoli To Gaza: The Desert Poets Of World War One by Jill Hamilton


ISBN
9780731811878
Published
Released
01 / 02 / 2006
Binding
Paperback
Pages
277
Dimensions
135 x 210mm

A collection of poetry written by the men who fought in Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine, Mesopotamia and Syria.

Jill Hamilton has delved into various archives around the world and brought to light 101 poems. Not only are these poems written by Australian, English, Irish and Scottish soldiers, but there are also poems by Turks and Arabs.

Accompanying the poems is a commentary that builds up a picture of the different armies, the bloodshed, the privations and sacrifice of the men, ultimately revealing that each poem is the product of war.
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A collection of poetry written by the men who fought in Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine, Mesopotamia and Syria.

Jill Hamilton has delved into various archives around the world and brought to light 101 poems. Not only are these poems written by Australian, English, Irish and Scottish soldiers, but there are also poems by Turks and Arabs.

Accompanying the poems is a commentary that builds up a picture of the different armies, the bloodshed, the privations and sacrifice of the men, ultimately revealing that each poem is the product of war.

Poets include Banjo Paterson, Leon Gellert, Rupert Brooke, Siegfried Sassoon, John Masefield, TE Lawrence, Clement Attlee, James Griffyth Fairfax, Edwin Gerard, Tom Skeyhill, FE Westbrook, Francis Ledwidge, Geoffrey Dearmer, and many others.
ISBN:
9780731811878
Publication Date:
01 / 02 / 2006
Pages:
277
Dimensions:
135 x 210mm

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