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Introduction ; 1. Thomas Hardy's Witness ; 2. Rudyard Kipling's Dress Parade ; 3. Wilfred Owen's Concern ; 4. In Pursuit of Spring: Edward Thomas and Charlotte Mew ; 5. Ivor Gurney's Memory ; 6. W. H. Auden's Journeys to War ; 7. Sky-Conscious: Poetry of the Blitz ; 8. The Vision of Keith Douglas ; 9. Self-Elegy: Keith Douglas and Sidney Keyes ; 10. Fighting Back Over the Same Ground: Ted Hughes and War ; 11. Geoffrey Hill's Debts ; 12. The Few to Profit: Poets Against War
Tim Kendall was born in Plymouth in 1970. As well as founding and editing the international poetry magazine, Thumbscrew, he has published critical studies of Paul Muldoon and Sylvia Plath. His first book of poetry, Strange Land, was published by Carcanet in 2005. He is Professor of English Literature at Exeter University.
Kendall's glosses, his gatherings from correspondence, memoir and criticism, his own judgements, urgings and insistences, and the energy of those convictions and his prose are most often impressive. Steven Isenberg, Essays in Criticism