Poetry Books by Siegfried Sassoon

Siegfried Sassoon Books, Siegfried Sassoon poetry book Counter-Attack and Other Poems Authors: Siegfried Sassoon
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Published Date: 2007-11
Categories: Poetry
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Siegfried Sassoon Books, Siegfried Sassoon poetry book Collected Poems, 1908-1956 Authors: Siegfried Sassoon
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Published Date: 1986-01-01
Categories: Poetry
Sassoon's fame as a novelist and autobiographer, and the success of his posthumously published Diaries, have somewhat obscured his achievement as a poet. Apart from the famous War Poems of 1919, which firmly established his reputation, he published eight volumes of verse during his lifetime. This collected edition represents his own choice of the poems he wished to preserve. It was first published in 1947 and subsequently enlarged to include the late poems in Sequences.

Siegfried Sassoon Books, Siegfried Sassoon poetry book War Poems Authors: Siegfried Sassoon
Publisher: Courier Dover Publications
Published Date: 2018-09-12
Categories: Poetry
Epigrammatic and bitterly satirical verses by the well-known English poet convey the shocking brutality and pointlessness of World War I. Over 80 works include "Counter-Attack," "They," "The General," and "Base Details."

Siegfried Sassoon Books, Siegfried Sassoon poetry book War Poems of Siegfried Sassoon Authors: Siegfried Sassoon
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Published Date: 2012-10-16
Categories: Poetry
Epigrammatic and bitterly satirical verses by the well-known English poet convey the shocking brutality and pointlessness of World War I. Includes "Counter-Attack," "They," "The General," "Base Details," and other poems.



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And so she thought she'd soak 'em in a bucket o' benzine.
It worked all right. She wrung 'em out then wondered what she'd do
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She knew that it was dangerous to scatter it around,
For Grandpa liked to throw his lighted matches on the ground.
Somehow she didn't dare to pour it down the kitchen sink,
And what the heck to do with it, poor Ma jest couldn't think.
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