A symphony of lost souls

Beyond the chick-lit and beside the children’s books, World War One sits on a display table. Paperbacks by Hemingway and Remarque form a ragged front line, and behind them, slimmer and with gentler covers, Owen and Sassoon get on with being quietly ignored. But this is not where the eye lingers. Instead one is compelledContinue reading “A symphony of lost souls”