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Enter Without So Much As Knocking
Original title Enter Without So Much As Knocking
Author Bruce Dawe
Genre Mystery
Language English
Characters Bruce Dawe, The Narrator, Bill, Bob, Joe, Frank, The Man In The Street, The Woman In The Street, The Children In The Street
Published 1971
ISBN 978-0-7022-3161-8
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Enter Without So Much As Knocking is a collection of poems by Bruce Dawe. The poems are all about war, and the ways in which it affects the people who experience it. The title poem is about a soldier who is killed in action, and his body is brought home to his family. The family is left to mourn his death, and the poem reflects on the ways in which war can take away the lives of those who are fighting it.

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