DEATH COMES FOR THE WAR POETS
On the centenary of the United States? entry into World War One, this collection grapples with the full horror of trench warfare as experienced by the two greatest war poets, Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen. It does so through the eyes of the poets themselves but also through the eyes of the Spirit of Death. Joseph Pearce wove this rich tapestry from the poetry of some of the finest Christian voices of the modern era: Gerard Manley Hopkins; T.S. Eliot; G.K. Chesterton; as well as Owen and Sassoon. It is a story of two conversions - the poet and Death. Hardcover. 80 pages.