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What strikes me about this...
What strikes me about this in retrospect is how little I seem to have prepaired for writing what is in any view and ambitious novel
Birdsong Faulks Intro Vintage 1994
Farwell...
Farwell to memories
Pre War novel title By Aldigton
This book is not about...
This books is not ab out heroes. English poetry in bot get fit to speak of them.
Owen intro
Gl...
Glozed
Exposure Owen
the great and....
the great and flashing magpie he flies as artists might
Magpies In Picardy Wilson
But days shall...
but days shall clasp him with firm hands and night shall fold him if soft wings
Into Battle Grenfell
Ten to...
Ten to make and the match to win
Vitae Lampada Newbolt
Tally ho, pip...
Tally ho, pip pip and how's your uncle? Yes, in England we say hello.
Blackadder Goes Forth Elton and Curtis
Your wait...
Your wait for certain death is almost over.
Blackadder Goes Forth Elton and Curtis
You worship...
You worship decoration. You think Chivalry redeems wars disgrace. You make us shells.
Glory of Women Sassoon
King and...
King and country is "the biggest work of fiction since vows of fidelity were introduced into the french mariage service"
Blackadder Goes Forth Elton and curtis
Raleigh: (Laughing shortly...
Raleigh: (Laughing shortly) I can't imagine the end of six days here
Journey's End Sherriff
Clearly Field marshall ...
Clearly Field marshall Haig is going to make a gargantuan effort to move his drinks cabinet six inches closer to Berlin
Blackadder Goes Forth Elton and Curtis
Boldly they rode and well...
Boldly they rode and well, into the jaws or death, into the mouth of hell
Charge of the lightbrigade Tennyson
His landmark...
his landmark is a kopje crest
Drummer Hodge Hardy
And two things ...
And two things have altered not since first the world began, the beauty of the wild green earth and the bravery of man
Magpies in Picardy Wilson
(nature) learns to the...
(nature) leans to the suns gaze glorying
Into battle Grenfell
Ah! Yes, the...
Ah! Yes, the special mission
Blackadder Goes Forth Elton and Curtis
Raleigh: Were you and I...
R: Were you and I picked specially?
Journey's End Sherriff
Remember: Captain Dar...
Remember: Captain Darling and I are behind you
B: Yes, about 30 miles behind you.
Blackadder Goes Forth elton and Curtis
Colonel: I'm certain...
Colonel: I'm certain you'll put on a good show
Journey's End Sherriff
(no candles) in the...
(no candles) in the hands of boys but in their eyes shall shine holy glimmers of goodbye
Anthem for Doomed Youth Owen
If any question...
If any quetion why we died/ tell them, cause our fathers lied
Common Form Kipling
Even our...
Even our acne had a strange nobility about it
Blackadder Goes Forth Elton and Curtis
Only the stuttering...
Only the stuttering rifles rapid rattle
Anthem for Doomed Youth Owen
No hurincane...
No hurricane of bullets met him, no tearing metal kiss
Birdsong Faulks
(Bladric uses a...
(Bladric uses a rat to polish a boot)
Blackadder Goes Forth Elton and Curtis
Lieu: It's a leg, sir...
Lieu: It's a leg sir CO:Well get rid of it Sargent: An' what the bloody 'ell will I hang my equiptment on
Oh! What a lovely war Littlewood
Stanhope: After coming out of this night air...
Stanhope: After coming out of the night air this place must have reeked of candle-grease and rats - and whiskey
Journey's End Sherriff
schlegel family =
schlegel family - "german of the dreadful sort"
Howards End Foster
Raleigh: The German are really...
Raleigh: The German are really quite decent aren't they? I mean, outside of the newspapers
Journeys End Sherriff
SM: Alright, Sonny,...
SM: Alright, Sonny, we ain't going to hurt you
Journey End Sherriff
Sings well for...
Sings well for a bastard, don't 'e?
Oh! What a lovely war Littlewood
He thought how "Jack"...
He thought how "Jack", cold footed, useless swine had paniced down the trench
The Hero Sassoon
Hibert: Go on, then, ...
Hibert: Go on, then, shoot!, I swear I'll never go back into those trenches again. Shoot!-And thank god
Journey's End Sherriff
Who'll grip...
Who'll grip and tackle the job unaffraid?
Who's for The Game Pope
Ten to...
Ten to make and the match to win
Vitae Lampada Newbolt
Osbourne: He's a splendid...
Osbourne: He's a splendid chap Raleigh: Isn't he? He was skipper for rugger at Barford and kept wicket for the eleven.
Journey's End Sherriff
Hodge forever be...
Hodge forever be/ his homely northern breast and brain
Drummer Hodge Hardy
That there is some corner
That there is some corner of a foreigh field that is forever England
The Soldier Brooke
The last great...
The last Great English man is low
Ode to the Duke of Wellington Tennyson
So there it ...
So there it is. They have trains now in England
Birdsong Faulks
Schlegel =...
Germans of the dreadful sort
English to the back bone
Howards End Forster
With an empires...
with an empires lamentation
ode to the duke of wellington tennyson
The last...
The last great Englishman is low
Od to the duke of wellington Tennyson
some corner of...
some corner of a foreign field which is forever England
The soldier Brookes
Honor the charge they...
honor the charge they made, honor the lightbrigade, noble six hundred
charge of the lightbrigade Tennyson
I cannot, even with the best motives...
I cannot, even with the best motives in the world, but myself up behind scholastic walls and pretend as if I am forgetting the war
Letters of a lost generation Brittain
Then they gave him...
Then they gave him morphia - and you know the rest
Letters of a lost generation Brittain
Glo...
Glozed
Exposure Owen
Worried by silence sentries whisper...
worried by silence, sentries curious, nervous, but nothings happens
Exposure Owen
are more...
are more than I can tell
magpies in picardy wilson
His blood is in...
his blood is in the roses veins... the earth on his seale(accent)d eyes
A girls song Tynan
MArch of the....
march of the galdiators: Circuis parade is lead by a pierrot, cartwheeling
Oh! What a lovely war Littlewood
Ungen...
ungenerated
Birdsong Faulks
Eva: Force them to...
Eva: Force them to tell us properly
The Accrington Pals Whelan
Boom boom boom...
boom boom boom, let me guess, boom etc
Blackadder goes Forth Elton and Curtis
The soldier dying ...
The soldier dying dies upon a kiss, the very kiss of christ
Summer in England 1914 Meynell
Chide thou no ...
Chide thou no more, O thou unsacraficed
Summer in England 1914 Meynell
Such a brave...
Such a brave, gay coverlet to such a bed
The Cenotaph Mew
Your country is up to her...
Your country is up to her neck in a fight, and she's looking and calling for you
Who's For The Game Pope
You have not died...
You have not died, it is not true, instead you seek adventure in some other place
The Wind on the Downs Allen
There's a scarlet...
There's a scarlet cross on my breast, my dear, and a torn cross with your name
Camplight Cannan
Would I were...
Would I were lying where he lies, and sleeping sweetly by his side
A Girls Song Tynan
You love us when ...
You love us when we're heroes, home on leave, or wounded in some mentionable place
Glory of Women Sassoon
Half a league, half ...
Half a league, half a league all in the valley of death, rode the six hundred
The Charge of the lightbrigade Tennyson
(What 'appens if the boche ...
(What 'appens if the boche 'as got all round the back of us) Stanhope: Then we advance and win the war
Journey's End Sherriff
If I should die...
If I swhould die, think only this of me
The Soldier Brooke
And strange eye'd...
And strenge eye'd constellations rule his stars eternally
Dummer Hodge Hardy
Drooping tongues...
Drooping tongues from jays that slob their relish
Mental cases Owen
England, in...
England, in this great fight
Pro Patria Seaman
You have your...
You have your quarrel just
Pro Patria Seaman
Ten to ...
Ten to make and the match to win
Vitae Lampada Newbolt
Who's for the trench -...
Who's for the trench - Are you my laddie
The Call Pope
With no lance...
With no lance broke in life's tournament
The Volenteer Asquith
That there is some corner...
that there is some corner of a foreign field that is forever England
The Soldier Brooke
His Landmark is...
His landmark is a kopje crest
Drummer Hodge Hardy
Would I were...
Would I were lying where he lies, sleeping sweetly by his side
A Girls Song Tynan
I cannot, even...
I cannot, even with the best motives in the world, shut myself up behind scholastic walls and pretend as if I am forgetting the war.
Letter's of a Lost Generation Brittain
We'll get that bloody...
We'll get that bloody mayor stood in front of us
The Accrington Pals Whelan
What passing...
What passing bells for those who die as cattle
Anthem for Doomed Youth Owen
A war which would have been a dam sight...
A war which would have been a dam sight simple if we had simply stayed in England and shot fifty thousand of our own men a week
Blackadder Goes Forth Elton and curtis
War's Hell....
War's hell, and if you doubt the same
A Dead Boche Graves
I am making this statement...
I am making this statement as an act of wilful defiance of military authority
Sassoons declaration
he thought how "Jack"...
He thought how "Jack" coldfooted, useless swine had paniced down the trench
The Hero Sassoon
If any question...
If any question why we died, tell them, because our fathers lied
Common Form Kipling
Loved and were loved...
Loved and were loved, and now we lie in flanders flieds
Flanders Fields McCrae
poppies blow between...
poppies blow between the crosses
Flanders Fields McCrae
Hide that red we thing...
Hide that red wet /thing, I must somehow forget
To His Love Gurney
Hide that...
Hide that red wet/thing I must somehow forget
To his love Gurney