If Rupert Brooke, the British World War I poet whose sonnet The Soldier immortalised the sacrifice made by the hundreds of thousands who fell in 'some...
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If I should die, think only this of me:
That there's some corner of a foreign field
That is for ever England...
Thus wrote Rupert Brooke, the famed E...
Ever since Beowulf, poetry has been critical to the development of the English language. We are now seeing a form of literary expression disappear without any discussion of whether it has a role to play in modern education.
Poetry. Poetry and travel. Do they go together? Are they secret lovers -- or at least good pals?
So what other alternative do the young people have except to migrate to warmer and kinder climates? The future is built on the young adults of today. If they go, Greece will go.
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