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Siegfried Sassoon

English poet, author, and World Battle I soldier who’s most widely known for Battle Poems (posted in 1919) and THE STREET to Ruin (posted in 1933). He was raised in Kent, Britain, as you of three sons given birth to to a Catholic mom and a Jewish dad. He was a significant literary coach to writer Wilfred Owen. His male enthusiasts included Gabriel Atkin (an designer) and Ivor Novello (an acting professional). He was also briefly wedded to Hester Gatty, with whom he previously his only kid. His mother called him Siegfried after an opera by German composer Richard Wagner.

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