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the not dead

The not dead

LT003246
2008
Simon Armitage

Disponib. - Em stock

€20
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  • Ano
  • 2008
  • Código
  • LT003246
  • ISBN
  • 9781904590187

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Simon Armitage issues a timely collection of work focusing on conflicts aside from the Great War and World War Two. The poems were originally aired on a Channel 4 documentary film of the same name, shown in the summer of 2007. They are featured alongside an introduction from Simon and press reviews of the film. The poems focus on the testimonies of veterans of the Gulf, Bosnia and Malayan wars - ex-soldiers who have seldom been heard before. "Never having been to the front line, turning the words, phrases and experiences of these soldiers into verse has been the closest I've ever come to writing "real" war poetry, and as close as I ever want to get," said Simon. The Not Dead received excellent reviews in the press and moving responses on the Web from other veterans. "I wasn't present when the three men read the poems to camera, but it can't have been easy for them. In my view, it was a supreme act of bravery," Simon added.

The not dead

the not dead €20

LT003246
2008
Simon Armitage
Disponib. - Em stock

Mais detalhes
  • Ano
  • 2008
  • Código
  • LT003246
  • ISBN
  • 9781904590187
Descrição
Simon Armitage issues a timely collection of work focusing on conflicts aside from the Great War and World War Two. The poems were originally aired on a Channel 4 documentary film of the same name, shown in the summer of 2007. They are featured alongside an introduction from Simon and press reviews of the film. The poems focus on the testimonies of veterans of the Gulf, Bosnia and Malayan wars - ex-soldiers who have seldom been heard before. "Never having been to the front line, turning the words, phrases and experiences of these soldiers into verse has been the closest I've ever come to writing "real" war poetry, and as close as I ever want to get," said Simon. The Not Dead received excellent reviews in the press and moving responses on the Web from other veterans. "I wasn't present when the three men read the poems to camera, but it can't have been easy for them. In my view, it was a supreme act of bravery," Simon added.