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Requiem for war

Arthur Orrmont

Requiem for war

the life of Wilfred Owen.

by Arthur Orrmont

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Published by Four Winds Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Owen, Wilfred, -- 1893-1918.

  • ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18966865M

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A half-century after the war’s end, Bin is planning a new show for a gallery in Ottawa. Alan Duncan is a lawyer, recently called to the bar in England, returning home to his wealthy parents' prosperous sheep station (ranch) in Australia. He studied as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University and fought as a pilot in World War II before being injured in action and losing both feet in an air crash.

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