The StAnza Lecture: The Great War, At Home and Abroad
This year’s lecture is delivered by the distinguished poet and translator, David Constantine. To mark StAnza’s focus on the legacy of war poetry for the centenary year of the start of the 1914–1918 war, he takes as his topic the poetry of the Great War, including British poetry at home, in particular by DH Lawrence and Edward Thomas, poems on the signs of war and the feeling of it in England, and also poetry from Germany and France written at or about the front.
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