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|1||Reliving Wilfred Owen's 'Exposure' in Louis Simpson's World War II Poem 'The Battle'||
Wilfred Owen’s legacy is often characterized by hallmarks such as his use of pararhyme or half-...
|2||Wilfred Owen and the Modern Elegy||
Owen's elegies are characterised by his scepticism of the genre's consolatory power. Such...
|3||"Smile, Smile, Smile": Wilfred Owen and the Politicians||
Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag
|4||SHEER: Setting Wilfred Owen to Music||
"I can find no word to qualify my experiences except the word SHEER... It passed the...
|5||At the Water’s Edge: Wilfred Owen and Water||
By the look of the photograph reproduced in Jon Stallworthy's biography, it was a fairly run-of-...
|6||Wilfred Owen and the Culture of Commemoration||
We can approach the First World War from the perspective of the historian, with a view to...
|7||Dulce et Decorum Est: Wilfred Owen’s Latin||
Wilfred Owen fought hard to learn Latin. He was acutely aware of the importance of the classical...
|8||Wilfred Owen: The '60s Poet||
With the centenary of the first Armistice Day - and the centenary of Wilfred Owen's death a week...
|9||4-11 November 1918: Wilfred Owen and armistice Day in Memory and History||
In an early preface to his collected war poems, Wilfred Owen wrote of his work that "The subject...
|10||"The Poetry is in the Pity": Wilfred Owen and the Memory of the First World War||
A memorial to the poets of the First World War stands in the corner of Westminster Abbey....
|11||Owen's influence on Carol Ann Duffy||
Carol Ann Duffy's poem "An Unseen" depicts a soldier going off to war, but we don't know which...
|12||Wilfred Owen: Resonances||
Owen's enduring legacy comes in a variety of shapes and forms, from Benjamin Britten's War...
|1||Le masque forestier||
By Mathilde Blondeel Colour pencils, 2018, 42 x 29.7 cm based on vegetal material collected...
|2||Kouni gnani yli yégé||
By Nadia Ogou Batik, serigraphy and installation, 2018, 225 x 125 cm
|3||Portraits of Wilfred Owen||
By Félicia Laude Acrylic paint and ink on dyed linen, 2018, 150 x 230 cm.