Keith Douglas

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Keith Douglas (1920-1944) was a poet and soldier who died during World War II.

Douglas began to publish his verse in periodicals in the 1930s, while he was still studying at Oxford; however, the only volume to be published in his lifetime was 'Selected Poems' (1943). He was killed in Normandy, by friendly fire. His reputation rests mainly on his war poetry.

Selected Bibliography

  • Selected Poems
  • Complete Works of Keith Douglas
  • Alamein to Zem Zem (autobiographical story of service in North Africa)