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War Writing Since 1914 - Poetry End


There was a group of disgruntled Truro diaspora on the way home tonight, mostly because we had a 4 hour trip for sod all.  Anything I heard in that lecture, I could have picked up from Primo or other databases, or even the Imperial War Museum website.  As it is, I have to think about restructuring the essay before electronic hand in 12pm tomorrow.  Plus dreams - I am either trying to break into places or break away from them.  Bizarre.

Time to write the last of the War Poetry - I maybe some time....

21:12
I would say my editing style has been akin to slash and burn agriculture. Final submitted 1,021.
Tags: at the somme: the song of the mud, ba english yr 3, dulce et decorum est, gifs 2016, grindstone files - year 3, mary borden, war writing since 1914, wilfred owen
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