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•  Carson’s Selected Poems (2001) is a representative selection of Carson’s poetry taken from each of his seven books up to The Twelfth of Never (1998). The selection shows how Carson’s poetry has progressed and changed over the years.

•  The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy (new edition, 2003), contains 250 poems from all ages, including Homer’s Iliad, poems of World War I and World War II, the Vietnam War, and the later conflicts in Northern Ireland and El Salvador. Poets represented include Lord Byron, Thomas Hardy, Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon, and Seamus Heaney.

•  Leo Tolstoy’s Sebastopol Sketches contains three sketches by the great Russian writer who served in the Russian army during the Crimean War. The sketches give vivid insight into the lives of the ordinary Russian...

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