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I am legally blind and talking books are the way I survive.
Wilfred Owen takes the reader to the trenches of France. With him you travel through the minefiled of exploding shells, gas attacks and the meet face to face with the victims of that attrocious war.
The poetry is both a historic record of WW1 and a politcal statement. Every Politician that even thinks of sending soldiers to fight a war should first be made to read the poerty of Wilfred Owens.
The sound effects that accompany the reading of the poetryonly enhaced the experience of, for me, the most influencial poet of the early 20th century
David Moore enhances the printed text and does not divert the readers attention from the text.
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