The Charge of the Light Brigade Essay | Lord Tennyson Vs. Wilfred Owen

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Lord Tennyson Vs. Wilfred Owen

Summary: A comparation between Lord Tennyson's 'Charge of the Light Brigade' and Wilfred Owen's 'Dulce et Decorum Est', both of them were poets that wrote about war and we will have the chance to see this subject from two different points of view.
Both of these poets wrote well known poetry about war. Despite "Charge of the Light Brigade" by Lord Alfred Tennyson and "Dulce et Decorum Est'" by Wilfred Owen were written in different centuries, they deal with the subject of war and describe the ups and downs of it. On one hand, Alfred Tennyson heard of the charge made by the light brigade and it was when he wrote his poem with no experience of the event. However, Wilfred Owen actually fought in the First World War, and wrote, unlike Lord Tennyson, from his own experience.

Although they deal with the subject of the war, both of them create a different feeling and idea about war.

Lord Tennyson described more the glory and honour rather than the death and the suffering, this created a very heroic image of the soldiers. Lord Tennyson uses on his poem...

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