From Homer and Virgil to Byron and Yeats, from Shelley and Whitman to Auden and Stevens, from ancient China’s anonymous bards to Poland’s Mickiewicz and Israel’s Amichai, poets of all times, places, and sensibilities have been moved to write about war. Here are more than one hundred of their most memorable poems, ranging from Horace on the Battle of Actium to Adrienne Rich’s Vietnam-era "Newsreel." An extraordinary anthology.
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Published by Everyman’s Library Oct 12, 1999| 256 Pages| 4-1/8 x 6-1/4| ISBN 9780375407901