REVIEW by Anne Price-Owen

NWR Issue 101

David Jones in the Great War

by Thomas Dilworth

The book includes photographs, drawings and further unpublished material from Jones’ early writing, poetic manuscripts and letters, together with conversations Dilworth recorded when he met Jones in 1971 and 1972. Dilworth contextualises Jones’ illustrations in a perceptive manner. The new material, in addition to the endpapers where text and image are integrated, furnish us with further hitherto undiscovered details about Jones as artist, soldier, poet and human being...

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