Poetry of the World Wars Library Binding – Jun 1990
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From School Library Journal
YA-- An emotionally charged collection that makes readers aware of the decisions that world leaders have to make and lets them feel the impact of these decisions on young people, families, and countries. Ted Hughes's "Six Young Men" is a touching look at the personal effects of war. They will also experience its chilling simplicity in poems such as Keith Douglas's "How to Kill." These thought-provoking poems provide the human side of the historical and current events studied in school and will help students understand the tremendous changes that war brings.
-Bob Ingalls, Mount Vernon High School, Alexandria, VA
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Chronicles the extremes of life in the first half of the twentieth century and the changing attitudes towards the war Discover Your History Not just for poetry lovers but as a remarkable portrait of war Family Tree magazine Remarkably rich The Good Book Guide All the famous poets are represented, but there are also works by a number of writers who are not so well known Evergreen --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.See all Product Description