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Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Congratulates Edward Marsh on being appointed Winston Churchill's private secretary again, now at the Ministry of Munitions / hopes that it will not interfere with his literary projects and 'Georgian Poetry', which Isaac Rosenberg has agreed to contribute to / explains that he has asked his sister Annie Rosenberg to withhold the poem 'The Amulet', which he has retitled 'The Unicorn', as he is reworking it / apologises for her persistence in asking Marsh to...

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Discusses improvements to 'The Amazon' / intention to forward on ideas for 'The Unicorn' / Lascelles Abercrombie's current work as a shell inspector.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Discusses family putting pressure on Edward Marsh and, in so doing, Isaac Rosenberg to request being moved away from the front lines / having requested a transfer to the Jewish Battalion in Mesopotamia for the climate / reaction to the latest volume of 'Georgian Poetry' / confusion about where to send letters and concern that he has not heard from Marsh following his most recent one.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Discusses family putting pressure on Edward Marsh and, in so doing, Isaac Rosenberg to request being moved away from the front lines / having requested a transfer to the Jewish Battalion in Mesopotamia for the climate / reaction to the latest volume of 'Georgian Poetry' / confusion about where to send letters and concern that he has not heard from Marsh following his most recent one.

Letter: To Edward Marsh

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Describes being back in the trenches after a brief rest / writing by candlelight / being almost to busy to write poetry but intends to forward on some verses / having taken time while having a rest to sketch / no further news on 'Georgian Poetry' / possible but unresolved ideas for a new poem / includes a few lines.

Purple

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Drafted in September 1916 in England, revised in October-November 1917 at Craiglockhart or in November 1917-January 1918 at Scarborough. This is no. 114 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

It was a navy boy, so prim, so trim

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
This is no. 67 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

It was a navy boy, so prim, so trim

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
This is no. 67 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

Reunion

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Drafted in June-July 1917 at Craiglockhart, revised there in October-November 1917 or at Scarborough in November 1917-January 1918. This is no. 132 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

O piteous mistake: o wrong wrong word

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
This is no. 81 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

My Shy Hand

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Drafted in August 1917 at Craiglockhart and revised in January-February 1918 at Scarborough. This is no. 136 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

Hide ah! my Flower, hide close: for now the noon

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This is no. 80 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

My Shy Hand

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Drafted in August 1917 at Craiglockhart and revised in January-February 1918 at Scarborough. This is no. 136 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

The Ballad of Lady Yolande

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
This is no. 84 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

Who is the god of Canongate

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Probably written at Scarborough. This is no. 135 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

Who is the god of Canongate

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Probably written at Scarborough. This is no. 135 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

The Show

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Drafted in November 1917 at Scarborough and revised in May 1918 at Ripon. This is no. 152 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

Mental Cases

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Drafted in May 1918 at Ripon and revised in July 1918 at Scarborough. This is no. 163 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

Mental Cases

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Drafted in May 1918 at Ripon and revised in July 1918 at Scarborough. This is no. 163 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

The Sentry

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Work on this poem began in August-October 1917 at Craiglockhart, and continued in May 1918 at Scarborough and in France in September 1918. This is no. 175 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

Exposure

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Begun in Scarborough in December 1917 and revised there in early 1918. Completed in September 1918 in France. This is no. 174 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

List of Contents

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One of Owen's lists of contents for proposed book Disabled and Other Poems. Included in Appendix B of ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

S.I.W.

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The image shows the poem's epigraph, lines from Yeats's 'The King's Threshold'. This is no. 155 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

S.I.W.

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Drafted in September 1917 at Craiglockhart and revised in May 1918 at Ripon. This is no. 155 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

S.I.W.

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Drafted in September 1917 at Craiglockhart and revised in May 1918 at Ripon. This is no. 155 in ed. 'The Complete Poems and Fragments'.

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