Sunday, September 29, 2013

Re: Non-British poets

The best starting point for non-British Poets is Gert Buelens
Het lijf in slijk geplaant, Brussels, 2008

Ian Higgins (Ed) Anthology of First World War French Poetry, Glaschu, 1996 is useful 

M W Van Wienen(Ed) , Rendezvous With Death, Illinois, 2002, deals with the US,for which A E Cornebise (Ed) Doughboy Doggerel, Ohio, 1985. is also useful

Cornebise is the only volume without a useful bibliography

On Wednesday, September 18, 2013 12:31:10 PM UTC+1, Dhruti Shah wrote:

My name is Dhruti Shah and I'm a journalist working for the BBC. I'm currently embarking on some research around two subject areas:

1. Female WWI poets
2. Poets from everywhere bar the UK.  

I just need four or five outstanding examples for each.

Any tips and recommendations on either subject are welcomed. 

I'm currently working for BBC Knowledge & Learning as we prepare for the centenary of the Great War. More information here:


Dhruti Shah

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