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The Most Precious Poetry

The Most Precious Poetry

T.S. Eliot, Wilfred Owen, Charles Bukowski, Robert Frost and many other famous poetic names from the 20th century are in steady demand, while Robert Burns, William Blake, Lord Bryon, John Keats and William Wordsworth ensure 19th century poetry is not forgotten.

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Remembering Wilfred Owen

Remembering Wilfred Owen

For future generations that will never meet a World War I veteran, the raw emotion of Owen′s poetry is an invaluable resource. Works such as Dulce et Decorum Est aid our understanding not just of the past, but of current events and even those still to come. The conflict between duty and helpless frustration is a struggle that is still prevalent in the world today.

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Remembering Dylan Thomas

Remembering Dylan Thomas

Thomas has been dead for 55 years but his legend lives on. He remains an inspiration to readers, writers, poets, drinkers, Welshmen and women, moviemakers and advertising agencies.

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Collectable Sylvia Plath

Collectable Sylvia Plath

Discover Sylvia Plath, while her best-known work is The Bell Jar, Plath was a poet first and foremost, and many collections of her poetry were eventually published - most posthumously.

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