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Wilfred Owen Complete Works – World’s Best Collection - 50+ Works - All Poems Poetry And Fragments From The Famous War Poet Plus Biography and Bonuses - cover

Wilfred Owen Complete Works – World’s Best Collection - 50+ Works - All Poems Poetry And Fragments From The Famous War Poet Plus Biography and Bonuses

Wilfred Owen

Publisher: Imagination Books

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Wilfred Owen Complete Works World's Best Collection

 
This is the world’s best Wilfred Owen collection, including the most complete set of Owen’s works available plus many free bonus materials.

 
Wilfred Owen

 
Wilfred Owen Mc was an English poet and soldier, and one of the leading poets of the World War One, with his shocking, thought provoking, realistic war poetry

 
The ‘Must-Have’ Complete Collection

 
In this irresistible collection you get a full set of Wilfred Owen’s work, including All his poems, both complete and incomplete, plus a Bonus biography that included extracts from Owen’s letters to his mother and friends.

 
Works Included:

 
Life Of Wilfred Owen -  Written specially for this collection.

 
Poems Of Wilfred Owen Including among others:

 
Apologia pro Poemate Meo

 
Parable of the Old Men and the Young

 
Anthem for Doomed Youth

 
Dulce et Decorum est

 
The Sentry

 
Smile, Smile, Smile

 
The End

 
A Terre (being the philosophy of many soldiers)

 
Cramped in that Funnelled Hole

 
(To a Friend) With an Identity Disc

 


 
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This is the best Wilfred Owen collection you can get, so get it now and start enjoying and being inspired by his world like never before.

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