Dreamhouse

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Language: English

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Indeed, the project of recovering colonial or non-white First World War verse is not so much a matter of trying to find an Indian Owen or an Arab Sassoon, but trying to understand how the war affected the colonial poetic cultures more widely, In his poem, ‘The War Graves’, Michael Longley writes, ‘There will be no end to cleaning up after the war’. [14] The war’s debris – both physical and metaphorical – will be inspected afresh in the next four years.

Pages: 176

Publisher: Viking Adult (October 2, 1987)

ISBN: 0670810401

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