War poets and their poetry in Out in the Dark      
War Poets H-P

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War Poets in  Out in the Dark    H-P

Thomas Hardy
An Appeal to America on Behalf of the Belgian Destitute
A Call to National Service
Channel Firing
Drummer Hodge
Embarcation
Men Who March Away
On the Belgian Expatriation
Then and Now
We are Getting to the End
 

May Herschel-Clarke
The Mother
 

W N Hodgson
Before Action
 

Teresa Hooley
A War Film



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

Winifred M Letts
What Reward?
 

John McCrae
In Flanders Fields
 

G M Mitchell
The Nurse
 

Ruth Comfort Mitchell
He went for a Soldier
 

Music Hall Song
Now Your Country Calls You
 

Edith Nesbit
Under the Shadow
 

Henry Newbolt
From Admirals All
Clifton Chapel
Farewell
For a War Memorial, Clifton College
Vitai Lampada
 

Eileen Newton
Last Leave
 

Robert Nichols
Noon

 

Wilfred Owen
1914
Anthem for Doomed Youth
Apologia Pro Poemate Meo
From The Ballad of Purchase Money
Disabled
Dulce et Decorum Est
The End
Exposure
Futility
Greater Love
An Imperial Elegy
Insensibility
To a Comrade in Flanders
Mental Cases
The Send-Off
The Sentry
The Show
Smile, Smile, Smile
Spring Offensive
Strange Meeting
 

John Oxenham
From All Clear!
Hymn: For the Men at the Front
The Vision Splendid
 

Jessie Pope
The Call


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Out in the Dark
Poetry of the First World War in Context and with Basic Notes 

ISBN 0 952 8969 15      Price 7-99 (UK)
 



 
 














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