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Essay | A Tribute to Wilfred Owen

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A Tribute to Wilfred Owen

Summary: This essay is an analysis of Wilfred Owen through poems he wrote during World War I.
Wilfred Owen, born in Plas Wilmot, Shropshire served in the Manchester Regiment in WWI on the side of the Triple Entente. Wilfred Owen died on November 4, 1918, one week before the Armistice, while trying to get his men across the Sambre Canal. While fighting on the Western Front, and throughout his time at war, Wilfred wrote a series of letters to his friends and family. Most of these letters were addressed to his mother, Susan Owen, to whom he described his experiences and feelings towards the war and events in the war. Found throughout Owen's letters were depictions of war, information on Owen's views of contemporary politics, thus his personality was revealed.

From Owen's very first experience in war, at a hospital which was once a Boys' Lycée, he describes the room which was previously marked with ink stains, now as "chamber of horrors with...

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