Written by W. Lawrance
This paperback study guide contains detailed analysis of a compilation of Edward Thomas’s most popular and frequently studied poems, for A-Level students.
The poems are arranged chronologically, as follows:
March, Old Man, A Private, Tears, But these things also, In Memoriam (Easter 1915), Melancholy, The Glory, Words, Aspens, This is no case of petty right or wrong, Rain, No one so much as you (M.E.T.), The Cherry Trees, The sun used to shine, No one cares less than I, As the team’s head-brass, Blenheim Oranges (Gone, gone again), Lights Out.
• Full Analysis for each of the poems listed • Comparisons with other First World War poetry and literature • Detailed biography of Edward Thomas • Further reading suggestions
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-905378-34-0
Extent: 92 pages
Published Date: 20 November 2013
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- Category : Paperback
- Date : 20th November, 2013
- Tags : 978-1-905378-34-0 A Private analysis As the team's head-brass Aspens Blenheim Oranges (Gone But these things also Edward Thomas gone again) In Memoriam (Easter 1915) Lights Out March Melancholy No one cares less than I No one so much as you (M.E.T.) Notes Notes on Edward Thomas Old Man poetry Rain Study Guide Tears The Cherry Trees The Glory The sun used to shine This is no case of petty right or wrong W Lawrance Words