Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Your World War I Poetry Library
To enhance one's remembrance experience, there is nothing like reading some of the great verse created by those who served in the war or who were trying to understand it better. Regular Roads contributor, David Beer, PhD, has made a lifetime study of the Great War's poetry. For the September issue of our sister publication, Over the Top magazine, he contributed a full issue on some of the forgotten poets of the war, which also included his recommendations for experiencing the full range of the poetry of the war. Here is the full list, which he presents in a recommended reading sequence.