War poets and their poems in  "Minds at War  -  the poetry and Experience of the First World War"

War poets and their poems in Minds at War. 

There are six pages in all listing all the poets and poems included in Minds at War

This page: poets J-N

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Minds at War: poets J-N

Phillip Johnstone
High Wood
 

David Jones
From In Parenthesis: Zero Minus Seven Minutes
 

Rudyard Kipling
The Children
A Dead Statesman
For All We Have and Are
Hymn Before Action
Justice 
From A Song of the English
A Song of the White Men
 

D H Lawrence
At Last Came Death (extract)
Noise of Battle
Tommies in the Train
 

Winifred M Letts
What Reward?
 

Rose Macaulay
Many Sisters to Many Brothers
 

Nina Macdonald
Sing a Song of War-Time
 

Helen Mackay
Train

E A Mackintosh
In Memoriam


Minds at War
The Poetry and Experience 
of the First World War

IISBN 0 952 8969 0 7     £13-99 (UK)
 

Published by Saxon Book




 


John Masefield
August, 1914
 

John McCrae
In Flanders Fields
 

G M Mitchell
The Nurse
 

Harold Monro
Carrion
 

Music Hall Songs
Now Your Country Calls You
We Don't Want to Fight
 

Edith Nesbit
Under the Shadow
 

Henry Newbolt
From Admirals All
Clifton Chapel
Farewell
For a War Memorial 
Clifton College
A Perpetual Memory
Vitai Lampada
The War Films
 

Eileen Newton
Last Leave
 

Robert Nichols
Noon
 

Alfred Noyes
The Victory Ball



 
 

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