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This anthology of nearly 200 poems chronicles the many voices of peace and war from ancient Greece and Rome, through the Bible, to the dropping of the atomic bomb, the wars in Korea and Vietnam, the uneasiness of the present and the uncertainty of the future. It includes works from China, Russia, Korea, Hungary, Australia, Poland, Zululand, America and England, from poets ranging from Aeschylus, Milton, Blake, Shakespeare, Wilfred Owen, Robert Frost, Rupert Brooke, Walt Whitman and Siegfried Sassoon to Laurie Lee, Dannie Abse, Carl Sandberg, Charles Causley and Ted Hughes.
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Michael Harrison and Christopher Stuart-Clark have collaborated on several books for Oxford, including the new Oxford Book of Story Poems.
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Book Description Condition: New. Marks, Alan (illustrator). New. Seller Inventory # Q-0192760718