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Michael Sarnowski is a Vice-Chancellor's PhD Scholar at Liverpool Hope University. His current research on soldier-poets of World War II has been published in Humanities and is forthcoming in War, Literature, and the Arts Journal. As a graduate of Vanderbilt University's MFA in Creative Writing program, where he was a recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize, his poetry has appeared in Potomac Review,Memoir Journal, Spry Literary Journal, and Whiskey Island, among others. He has been a Visiting Writer-in-Residence at Kingston University London and a Writing Fellow at the Vermont Studio Center. He was born in Rochester, New York and currently lives in Liverpool, UK.
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|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-...