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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Victorian Women Poets of WW1 : Capturing the Reverberations of Loss
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'Just as fiction’s George Smiley made sense of the world - and even made his baffling way about a world at war through knowing the works of minor German poets - our own very real Michael Sharkey (who has an equally resonant and unlikely name) has found that his passion for a certain strain of minor poets also intersects with history, war, intrigue, political resistance and troubling nationalism.'  (Introduction)

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