Collected Poems Topics for Discussion

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Owen struggled with religion throughout his life. Do you believe there is more evidence in Owen's poems to support the idea that Owen returned to his Christian faith during the war or more evidence to indicate that Owen remained a non-believer? Justify your answer with references to Owen's poems.

How does Owen see the idea that war is glorious?

Owen's poetry make it obvious that he believes the war is a tragedy. Using evidence from Owen's poems, who does Owen blame for the tragedy of the war?

How does Owen view enemy soldiers?

How does Owen portray God's interactions with the war?

The title of Owen's poem "Apologia Pro Poemate Meo" translates to something like "a defense of my poems". How does Owen defend his poetry in this poem?

How does Owen's view of the war change, if at all, from the outbreak of...

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