Hardback 180pp Illustrated
9781900564892   Product Code: 22974
A major poet of the First World War, Isaac Rosenberg died at the front, near Arras, in 1918. Writing in the trenches, he was able to transmute into poetry what he described as 'the strange and extraordinary conditions of this new life'. Jean Liddiard, Rosenberg's biographer, presents a selection of his poems and letters along with a substantial introduction to his life and work.