Poems, 1914-1919


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(5 stars; 1 reviews)

This is a collection of Maurice Baring's poetry. This collection contains a number of Baring's earlier poetry, written before the war mostly about his travels in Russia. The other part of the collection is made up of poetry concerning World War I, with some particulalry evocative sonnets and other poems. - Summary by Carolin (0 hr 48 min)

Chapters

In Memoriam A.H. 13:28 Read by Emma Charlotte
Diffugere Nives, 1917 3:07 Read by Peter Yearsley
Julian Grenfell 1:12 Read by Peter Yearsley
Pierre 1:06 Read by Peter Yearsley
Icarus 1:12 Read by Patrick Saville
Epitaph 0:56 Read by Jonathan Paul Arnold
August, 1918 1:22 Read by Nemo
Vita Nuova 1:32 Read by Jonathan Paul Arnold
Italy 1:09 Read by Patrick Saville
Seville 1:07 Read by Melanie T
Greece 1:09 Read by Melanie T
Russia 1:07 Read by Melanie T
A June Night in Russia 1:13 Read by Melanie T
Harvest in Russia 1:13 Read by Melanie T
Dostoyevsky 1:09 Read by Melanie T
Beethoven 1:14 Read by Patrick Saville
Mozart 1:13 Read by Patrick Saville
Wagner 1:18 Read by Emma Charlotte
Shelley 1:16 Read by Emma Charlotte
Phèdre 1:00 Read by Jonathan Paul Arnold
The Wounded 1:03 Read by Jonathan Paul Arnold
Sonnets: 1913-1914 5:39 Read by Emma Charlotte
Elegy on the Death of Juliet’s Owl 2:07 Read by Jonathan Paul Arnold
Le Prince Errant 1:01 Read by Jonathan Paul Arnold

Reviews

Good poetry. Remarkable expressions of simplicity.

(5 stars)

Full of simplistic depth