Review: THE PENGUIN BOOK OF FIRST WORLD WAR POETRY edited by George Walter

2606 Books and counting recently read and reviewed The Penguin Book of First World War Poetry edited by George Walter for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an excerpt:

In a world where many, if not most, “classics” can be obtained online or on e-reader for nothing or next to nothing, it may come as some surprise to hear that I would almost always prefer to pay the full price for a Penguin Classics edition.  A big reason for this is the fascinating introductory essays and explanatory notes that they tend to come with.

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