Review of "Tradition transformed studies in the poetry of Wilfred Owen", by Sven Ba ckman. by Dominic Hibberd

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  • Ba ckman, Sven.

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From : Notes andqueries. 1981. vol. 28, no. 4. pp.359-360. (Oxford).

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