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This Man's Army: A War in Fifty-odd Sonnets (The Joseph M. Bruccoli Great War) Paperback – October 1, 2008
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"Let the trumpets sound for John Allan Wyeth! At overlong last, marking the ninetieth anniversary of the Armistice, an American poet takes his place with the British in the front rank of the war poets' parade."--Jon Stallworthy, editor of The Oxford Book of War Poetry
"A group of sonnets, strung with slang and soldiers' patois, telling of the poet's experiences in the war. They are scrupulously exact description with little comment, and they ring with a vivid reality."--Poetry
"Wyeth has been able to capture the elusive something which differentiates the poetic observation from the commonplace one."--Boston Globe
About the Author
One of America's leading contemporary men of letters, Dana Gioia is an internationally renowned poet and critic. His most recent volume of poetry, Interrogations at Noon, won the American Book Award. B. J. Omanson is a military historian and poet who works as a historical interpreter at Pricketts Fort in Fairmont, West Virginia.
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