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Personal Landscapes: British Poets in Egypt During the Second World War
by: Jonathan Bolton
0312173504 / 9780312173500

Book Description:
This is an examination of the poetry of writers living in Egypt during World War II, such as Lawrence Durrell, Bernard Spencer, G.S. Fraser and Keith Douglas. In addition, the author goes on to explore the larger realm of the literature of exile, its uniqueness to the 20th century, its connection to war poety, and its presence in the work of the aforementioned poets. The text concludes with a look at the influence of these poets on the direction of British poetry after the war.

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