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Wilfred Owen Module B Essay

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Establish the ways poetic techniques are used by the poet Wilfred Owen to highlight the idea of suffering and the uselessness of war - essay question

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Literature Poetry World War I Dulce et Decorum est Wilfred Owen Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori The Letter Anthem for Doomed Youth Futility The Soldier Dulce Et Decorum
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Literature Poetry World War I Dulce et Decorum est Wilfred Owen Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori The Letter Anthem for Doomed Youth Futility The Soldier Dulce Et Decorum
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My subject is war and the pity of war. The poetry in the pity” - Wilfred Owen. In this quote, Owen is implying the pities of war, communicating it to the whole world expressing, the real suffering and the real uselessness associating it with the incorrect glorification and justification of war, particularly in Owen’s context. Good morning/afternoon today I will be analysing Wilfred Owen’s poems ‘Anthem for Doomed Youth’ and ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’ which effectively convey the ideas of suffering and futility associated with war. Owen uses a number of poetic techniques which shape the reader’s perspective on war and communicates the main message that the author is trying to get across. These poetic devices utilised throughout the poems create an immediate sense of empathy for the readers, some ...
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