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Broad collections include: BBC Sound recordings; The British Council's "The Poet Speaks" series; National Poetry Centre readings; Cambridge Festival readings; Cheltenham Festival readings; and Edinburgh Festival readings. The poetry of the First World War is often regarded as peculiarly ‘English’, but many of the soldier-poets had a conflicted relation to ‘Englishness’: Sorley was Anglo-Scottish, Rosenberg and Sassoon (on his father’s side) were Jewish, Ledwidge was Irish, while Owen, Jones and Thomas could trace their recent family history to Wales.

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Publisher: BBC Audiobooks America; Unabridged edition (September 7, 2006)

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