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John Oxenham


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John Oxenham [pseud.] : [light novels]

'His [Wilfred Owen's] literary interests must always have been a mystery to her, although she admired them, for her own reading scarcely extended beyond light novels and the pious, naive verse of John Oxenham'.

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: Susan Owen      Print: Book


John Oxenham [pseud.] : Vision Splendid, The

'[that civilians could believe soldiers were happy in the trenches] is evident from plenty of civilian verse, including, for example, a poem in John Oxenham's "The Vision Splendid" (1917), a book Owen had read at Craiglockhart'.

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: Wilfred Owen      Print: Book


John Oxenham : Barbe of Grand Bayon

'Read "Barbe of Grand Bayon". Wound dressed. Head finished. Bath, read, cut dressings. Read "Rhymes of a Red Cross Man".'

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: John Frederick William Dunn      Print: Book


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