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What Does the Poetry of Wilfred Owen Show Us and How Does This Conflict with Jessie Pope's?

Summary: Essay discusses the lessons in the poetry of Wilfred Owen.
1914 saw the start of World War One. The war came as a relief after year long tensions and diplomatic stalemate. A wave of national pride and optimism suddenly overided all the divisions of political and social life. People didn't realise that under the glorious patriotic surface, lay a much more sinister, horrific side of war. The soldiers had to endure the harsh weather conditions and live in the man-made trenches which were plagued with diseases like trench foot. Millions of troops died and for those who survived, the gruesome terror would haunt them forever.

Men back at home were faced with different types of propaganda, which persuaded them to join the army. It was considered that every man should join and those who didn't were cowards. The idea that you were brave tended...

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