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Wilfred Owen

a.k.a. Wilfred Edward Salter Owen

Author Code: EWOX

Born: Mar. 18, 1893 - Oswestry, Shropshire, England

Died: Nov. 4, 1918 - Sambre Canal, France

Owen was educated at Birkenhead Institute and London University. In 1913, Owen travelled to France and took a teaching position with the Berlitz School in Bordeaux. He enlisted in the Artists' Rifles in 1915 and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant. In 1917, he joined the Manchester Regiment in France and was subsequently injured during the Battle of the Somme.In hospital back in England, Owen became friends with Siegfried Sassoon who encouraged him with respect to the poetry he had written during his time in France. Owen also met H. G. Wells and Arnold Bennett during this time and they helped to get some of his poetry published. Returning to the Western Front in 1918, Owen was awarded the Military Cross for his action at Beauvoir-Fonsomme. In November of that year, he was killed by machine-gun fire while leading his men across the Sambre Canal, only one week before the final Armistice was signed. His friend Sassoon arranged for the posthumous publication of Owen's poetry in 1920, published as Collected Poems.

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EWOX001 Poems
  A Terre
  Anthem for Doomed Youth
  Apologia pro Poemate Meo
  Arms and the Boy
  The Chances
  Conscious
  The Dead-Beat
  Disabled
  Dulce et Decorum est
  The End
  Exposure
  Futility
  Greater Love
  Insensibility
  Mental Cases
  Parable of the Old Men and the Young
  S. I. W.
  The Send-off
  The Sentry
  The Show
  Smile, Smile, Smile
  Spring Offensive
  Strange Meeting
  Wild with All Regrets
1920 (posthumous) 30 249k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems' (EWOX001)   Download ePub - 'Poems' (EWOX001) Find a printed copy of Poems by Wilfred Owen at AbeBooks
EWOX002 The Poems of Wilfred Owen
  All Sounds Have Been As Music
  And I Must Go
  Anthem for Doomed Youth
  Apologia Pro Poemate Meo
  Arms and the Boy
  Asleep
  At A Calvary Near the Ancre
  The Calls
  The Chances
  Conscious
  The Dead-beat
  Disabled
  Dulce Et Decorum Est
  The End
  To Eros
  Exposure
  The Fates
  Fragment: "It is Not Death"
  Fragment: A Farewell
  Fragment: The Abyss of War
  Fragment:"Cramped in That Funnelled Hole"
  From My Diary, July 1914
  Futility
  Greater Love
  Happiness
  Hospital Barge At Cerisy
  Insensibility
  Inspection
  The Kind Ghosts
  Le Christianisme
  Memoir - Blunden
  Mental Cases
  Miners
  Music
  To My Friend
  My Shy Hand
  The Next War
  The Parable of the Old Men and the Young
  The Promisers
  The Roads Also
  S. I. W.
  The Send-off
  The Sentry
  Shadwell Stair
  The Show
  Six O'clock in Princes Street
  Smile, Smile, Smile
  Song of Songs
  Sonnet - On Seeing A Piece of Our Artillery Brought Into Action
  Sonnet - To A Child
  Spring Offensive
  Storm
  Strange Meeting
  A Terre
  This is the Track
  Training
  The Unreturning
  Voices
  Wild with All Regrets
  Winter Song
1931 Posthumous 90 697k eBook Download PDF - 'The Poems of Wilfred Owen' (EWOX002)   Download ePub - 'The Poems of Wilfred Owen' (EWOX002) Find a printed copy of The Poems of Wilfred Owen by Wilfred Owen at AbeBooks

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