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Second War World Poems is a powerful anthology of poetry from the 1939-45 conflict. It includes verse written by servicemen who participated in the War - Keith Douglas, Alun Lewis, Randall Jarrell - as well as by survivors of the concentration camps like Primo Levi and Paul Celan. It also includes poetry by civilians in London, Warsaw, Moscow and New York, and by writers d ...more
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Published November 4th 2004 by Faber Faber
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