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Some desperate glory

Edwin Campion Vaughan

Some desperate glory

the World War I diary of a British officer, 1917

by Edwin Campion Vaughan

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Published by Holt in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Vaughan, Edwin Campion, 1897-1931 -- Diaries.,
    • Great Britain. Army -- Biography.,
    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives, British.,
    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Western Front.,
    • Soldiers -- Great Britain -- Diaries.

    • Edition Notes

      Reprint. Originally published: London : F. Warne, 1981.

      StatementEdwin Campion Vaughan ; with an introduction by Robert Cowley.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD640 .V434 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 232 p. ;
      Number of Pages232
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2405106M
      ISBN 100805006710
      LC Control Number87035810

      Get this from a library! Some desperate glory: the World War I diary of a British officer, [Edwin Campion Vaughan]. Some Desperate Glory charts the progress of an enthusiastic and patriotic young officer who marched into battle with Palgrave's Golden Treasury in his pack. Intensely honest and revealing, his diary evokes the day-to-day minutiae of trench warfare: its constant dangers and mind-numbing routine interspersed with lyrical and sometimes comic.

      Some Desperate Glory carries a punch, too, because while there can be nothing really new in the story that emerges — the literary friendships and connections, the ubiquitous presence of Eddie. Some Desperate Glory includes a chronological anthology of the poets' works, telling the story of the war not only through the lives of these writers but also through their art. This unique volume unites the poetry and the history of the war—so often treated separately—granting readers the pride, strife, and sorrow of the individual soldier Brand: Farrar, Straus And Giroux.

      Some Desperate Glory: The World War I Diary of a British Officer, by Vaughan, Edwin Campion Seller Port Hole Books and Publishing Published   "Some Desperate Glory" by Max Egremont examines the impact the butchery of World War I had on British poets fighting in the trenches, such as Wilfred Owen.


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Some Desperate Glory book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Excerpt from Publishers Weekly:This stark WWI diary by a /5. Some Desperate Glory: The World War I Diary of a British Officer, (A Touchstone book) Paperback – February 1, by Edwin Campion Vaughan (Author) › Visit Amazon's Edwin Campion Vaughan Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. /5(21). "Some Desperate Glory" approaches the topic from several angles: history, biography, and Some desperate glory book poetic works themselves. The book is, essentially, arranged in six sections: one for each year of the war as well as one chapter covering the post war years/5.

Some Desperate Glory includes a chronological anthology of the poets' works, telling the story of the war not only through the lives of these writers but also through their art. This unique volume unites the poetry and the history of the war―so often treated separately―granting readers the pride, strife, and sorrow of the individual soldier /5(13).

In his new book, Some Desperate Glory, historian Max Egremont tells the stories of these half-forgotten poets (Ruth Styles Daily Mail) Elegant and convincing Egremont's [ Some Desperate Glory ] is an exceptionally thoughtful treatment Some desperate glory book 11 complicated men/5(13). In his new book, Some Desperate Glory, historian Max Egremont tells the stories of these half-forgotten poets.” —Ruth Styles, The Daily Mail (UK) “Elegant and convincing Egremont's [Some Desperate Glory] is an exceptionally thoughtful treatment of 11 complicated men.

He lets poignant vignettes take the place of familiar descriptions. Some Desperate Glory charts the progress of an enthusiastic and patriotic young officer who marched into battle with Palgrave's Golden Treasury in his pack. Intensely honest and revealing, his diary evokes the day-to-day minutiae of trench warfare: its constant dangers and mind-numbing routine interspersed with lyrical and sometimes comic Price: £   Some Desperate Glory charts the progress of an enthusiastic and patriotic young officer who marched into battle with Palgraves Golden Treasury in his pack.

Intensely honest and revealing, his diary evokes the day-to-day minutiae of trench warfare: its constant dangers and mind-numbing routine interspersed with lyrical and sometimes comic Author: Edwin Campion Vaughan. Some Desperate Glory includes a chronological anthology of their poems, with linking commentary, telling the story of the war through their art.

This unique volume unites the poetry and the history of the war, so often treated separately, granting readers the pride, strife, and sorrow of the individual soldier’s experience coupled with a. In his new book, Some Desperate Glory, historian Max Egremont tells the stories of these half-forgotten poets.” —Ruth Styles, The Daily Mail (UK) “Elegant and convincing Egremont's [Some Desperate Glory] is an exceptionally thoughtful treatment of 11 complicated men.

He lets poignant vignettes take the place of familiar descriptions Brand: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Some Desperate Glory includes a chronological anthology of their poems, with linking commentary, telling the story of the war through their art. This unique volume unites the poetry and the history of the war, so often treated separately, granting readers the pride, strife, and sorrow of the individual soldier’s experience coupled with a Author: Max Egremont.

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The diary was published in Writing in the Wall Street Journal inJames J. Cramer cites Some Desperate Glory as one of the five best books on war: “Vaughan describes the screams of the wounded who had sought refuge in the freshly gouged holes only to find themselves slowly drowning as rain fell and the water level : Military Cross.

Some Desperate Glory: The World War I Diary of a British Officer, Edwin Campion Vaughn, Author, Robert Cowley, Introduction by, Edwin Campion Vaughan, Author Henry Holt &. Some Desperate Glory is the diary of a British officer (Edwin Campion Vaughan), written during the first eight months of while he was deployed near the Cambrai sector and then moved up in late July to Ypres at the start of the Battle of diary was published posthumously in by Henry Holt and g in the Wall Street Journal in.

In Some Desperate Glory, historian and biographer Max Egremont gives us a transfiguring look at the life and work of this assemblage of poets.

Wilfred Owen with his flaring genius; the intense, compassionate Siegfried Sassoon; the composer Ivor Gurney; Robert Graves who would later spurn his war poems; the nature-loving Edward Thomas; the.

Some Desperate Glory: The First World War the Poets Knew Max Egremont. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $28 (p) ISBN The book serves as a preface to the soaring poems themselves. To children ardent(14) for some desperate glory, The old Lie; Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori.(15) Wilfred Owen Thought to have been written between 8 October and March, Notes on Dulce et Decorum Est.

DULCE ET DECORUM EST - the first words of a Latin saying (taken from an ode by Horace). This book, “Some Desperate Glory: The Diary of a Young Officer, ”, by participant Edwin Campion Vaughan, details the life in the trenches by a young British officer in Alternatively humorous and harrowing, this is a book that anyone with an interest in World War I should read/5(13).

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Get this from a library! Some desperate glory: the first world war the poets knew. [Max Egremont] -- While the First World War devastated Europe, it inspired profound poetry - words in which the atmosphere and landscape of battle are evoked perhaps more vividly than anywhere else.

The poets - many.Some Desperate Glory | Max Egremont | Macmillan The story of World War I, through the lives and words of its poetsThe hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of what many believed would be the war to end all.Book Review: 'Some Desperate Glory' by Max Egremont | 'Poetry of the First World War' edited by Tim Kendall British poets of World War I are often thought of Author: Micah Mattix.