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Analysis of "The Glory" by Edward Thomas

Analysis of "The Glory" by Edward Thomas
SKU SKU16414
Number of Words 1792
Author W. Lawrance
Format Non-printable Adobe Acrobat PDF
£1.50 ($2.40)
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Written in May 1915, The Glory is a nature poem examining the Edward Thomas's feelings about his own importance and future, given the momentous decision he was about to take and it now features on the OCR F661 A-Level Syllabus. Our detailed analysis provides background information as well as ideas for comparing the poem with the Melancholy, also by Edward Thomas.

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