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  Non-printable e-Books Poem Analysis e-Books OCR Poem Collections Poetry Analysis for OCR Opening Lines Section H: The 1914-1918 War (ii)

Poetry Analysis for OCR Opening Lines Section H: The 1914-1918 War (ii)

Poetry Analysis for OCR Opening Lines Section H: The 1914-1918 War (ii)
SKU SKU16293
Number of Words 14313
Author W Lawrance
Format Non-printable Adobe Acrobat PDF
£15.00 ($24.00)
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A complete compilation of Poetry Analysis for the 16 poems which encompass Section H of the OCR Opening Lines syllabus, as follows:

Recruiting by E.A. Mackintosh
Joining the Colours by Katherine Tynan Hinkson
The Target by Ivor Gurney
The Send-Off by Wilfred Owen
Spring Offensive by Wilfred Owen
The Bohemians by Ivor Gurney
Lamentations by Siegfried Sassoon
The Deserter by Winifred M. Letts
The Hero by Siegfried Sassoon
The Falling Leaves by Margaret Postgate Cole
In Flanders Fields by John Macrae
The Seed Merchant??s Son by Agnes Grozier Herbertson
The Parable of the Old Man and the Young by Wilfred Owen
Spring in Wartime by Edith Nesbit
Perhaps by Vera Brittain
Reported Missing by Anna Gordon Keown

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