I’ve posted an older, warmer photograph today because this is really where this starts – feeding the birds. Each year I try to be mindful of what I’m planting to bring the birds and butterflies to my veggie garden. 396 more words
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Conflict in Birdsong
By Sam Laverty
Predominantly the devastation caused in World War I is written about from the perspective of a high ranking soldier, as “the literary heritage of World War I is predominantly middle class.” 1,100 more words
How does Faulks present conflict in Birdsong?
Stephen Faulks uses several themes throughout his novel ‘Birdsong’ in an attempt to capture; not only the conflict of WWI, but the aftermath and the effect that the war itself had on the men that were involved in ‘The Great War’. 1,093 more words