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Poems, 1914-1919

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"Poems, 1914-1919" is a collection of thought-provoking and emotionally charged poems written by Maurice Baring during a tumultuous period in world history. The poems reflect the poet's inner turmoil and existential questions, as well as his deep empathy for the human condition during times of war and strife. Baring's vivid imagery and poignant language invite readers to contemplate the impact of conflict on individual lives and society as a whole. The collection is a poignant reminder of the enduring power of poetry to capture the essence of human experience and emotion. Overall, "Poems, 1914-1919" is a powerful and moving read that will resonate with readers long after they have finished the last page.

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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

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