Collected Poems - Pages 115-130 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 115-130 Summary

In "From My Diary, July 1914", Owen describes a number of things that he observes on a summer day, such as children swimming in a pond and bees gathering nectar. The poem moves from early morning with birds singing to the hot afternoon and finally to the stars coming out in the evening.

In "On My Songs", Owen expresses his appreciation for the works of other poets, but also writes that sometimes they cannot satisfy him, so he must write his own poetry.

"Antaeus: A Fragment" describes a fight between Heracles and Antaeus. Heracles cannot defeat Antaeus and cannot understand why.

In "The Promisers", Owen awakes on a beautiful morning confident that he will meet a particular man that day, but he searches for this man until dark and never finds him.

"The Fates" discusses the idea that Owen's life is constrained...

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