arranged and edited by Jacqueline T. Trotter. "The intention is to present the poet as the historian, and to illustrate the different aspects and phases of the war by contemporary poetry."--Pref. note. Includes index. Poem pasted on end paper. From Shaw Bibliography: "The outbreak of war evoked a chorus of patriotic verse, but with some noble exceptions it gave us little of permanent value"--Prefatory Note (written from Jerusalem, 1919). Includes Kipling, Binyon, Newbolt, McCrae, Nichols, Brooke, Sorley, Seeger, Thomas, de la Mare, de Stein, et al, but not Wilfred Owen.
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John MacKay Shaw Childhood in Poetry.
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