Joseph Lee: Poems from the Great War

Matthew Jarron (Editor), Caroline Brown (Editor), Keith Williams (Other contribution), Kenneth Baxter (Other contribution)

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    Ranked alongside Owen, Brooke and Sassoon, Joseph Lee was once regarded as one of Scotland's finest First World War poets. During the conflict his works were well-known in Britain and around the world. Since then his powerfully evocative poems have become sadly neglected. This illustrated anthology of some of the best of his verse seeks to re-establish Lee as one of the major poets of the Great War. This collection has been edited by Caroline Brown and Matthew Jarron and includes a critical appraisal by Dr Keith Williams.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationDundee
    PublisherDundee University Press
    Number of pages73
    ISBN (Print)9781845862374
    Publication statusPublished - 22 Oct 2014


    • Poetry
    • Great War
    • World War I

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • General Arts and Humanities


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