Skin

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Of late, there have been more and more interchanges between the two, as it is quite possible to set Irish melodies on the Scottish chanter, and visa-versa. The poetry of the First World War is often regarded as peculiarly ‘English’, but many of the soldier-poets had a conflicted relation to ‘Englishness’: Sorley was Anglo-Scottish, Rosenberg and Sassoon (on his father’s side) were Jewish, Ledwidge was Irish, while Owen, Jones and Thomas could trace their recent family history to Wales.

Pages: 288

Publisher: Grove Press; First Edition edition (January 12, 2010)

ISBN: 0802119301

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