Beneath Troubled Skies: Poems of Scotland at War 1914-1918

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The story of Scotland at war in the poetry of the time, in English, Gaelic and Scots, by servicemen, volunteers, and those on the home front. Well-known soldier poets like E.A. Mackintosh, Domhnall Ruadh Choruna and Joseph Lee are joined by others who fought with their pens to chronicle and comment on the war, among them Mary Symon, Neil Munro and Margaret Sackville. The book is in chronological order, following the war as it develops, with introductions to each year by Yvonne McEwen. From the very first 'Sough o' War' ...

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