Tag Archive: Siegfried Sassoon

Literary Connections No.4: Rudyard Kipling

Literary Connections No.4

Literary Connections No.4, shows the links between Rudyard Kipling, Thomas Hardy, Siegfried Sassoon, Robert Graves and Edmund Blunden. [wpdm_file id=4]

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The Red Sweet Wine of Youth – The Brave and Brief Lives of the War Poets

The Red Sweet Wine of Youth by Nicholas Murray cover

A group portrait of the poets of the First World War by Nicholas Murray Published by: Little, Brown Cover Price: £25.00 All references given below refer to the hardback edition. Before reviewing this book, I thought I would read the opinions of others and, upon doing so, discovered it had been almost universally praised as […]

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Literary Connections No.2: Edward Wyndham Tennant

Literary Connections No.2

Literary Connections No.2, shows the links between Edward Wyndham Tennant, Pamela Wyndham Tennant, Stephen Tennant, Siegfried Sassoon and Osbert Sitwell. [wpdm_file id=2]

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Literary Connections No.1: Siegfried Sassoon

Literary Connections No.1 poster

Literary Connections No.1, shows the links between Siegfried Sassoon, Katharine Asquith, Helen Violet Asquith, Rupert Brooke and Edward Marsh. [wpdm_file id=1]

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A Visit to… Mells

Mells Church, Somerset

Although Siegfried Sassoon never lived in the village of Mells, it is a remarkably fitting resting-place for the poet and author – in a quintessentially English churchyard, surrounded by lush green fields, which reflect his life-long love of the countryside.

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