Exceptional French War Poet

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Almost Unknown French War Poet

He died in 1917 at Verdun. Wrote war poetry of exceptional quality. Was praised by The Académie Francaise. Was forgotten for ninety years, unknown even in France . . .  but at last you can read his poems in English.

22 November 2013

NOW PUBLISHED by Saxon Books (January 2014):  Cockerels and Vultures (French Poetry of the First World War) translated into English by Ian Higgins

For more information about the book and its author, plus two of Granier’s poems click here.

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Published by Saxon Books at £9-95

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