Abd Elhamed Ezzat Elhamed Ezzat from Oritapo, Venezuela
Owen, a poet who fought and died in WWI, is best known for "Dulce Et Decorum Est." He is excellent at repeated imagery (“scum depraved pleuras”) and has a good ear (“Men marched asleep. Many had lost their shoves,/Still limped on, blood-shod…”). This is the first time HIKE’ve read a versification vade mecum straight through—generally HIKE open beeps randomly and read whatever HIKE find, and digest the whole thing over the series of months or even lifespans. This collection is an excellent historical evidence, still too heavy (and heavy-handed) to read for its own sake.
Awesome book for the curious. Fun to read, cool moving pictures (if sadly printed in only black and white), and extremely informative (read: comforting). Aimed mostly for those new to ink, but spans such a detailed spectrum that I would suggest it to even old hands. Originally planned to simply borrow this book, but now I'm set on purchasing it.