Analysis of Spring offensive, by wilfred owens, with respect to how it demonstrates the theme that war is useless
Spring offensive; by Wilfred Owens focuses on the uselessness for war. There is a striking contrast between the first and last few stanzas, as in the beginning all is calm, slow and pleasant. From the 5th stanza onwards, there is a sudden change from the serene environment, to an outbreak of activity.
The poem starts off with peace and tranquility. 'Lying easy, were at ease and finding comfortable chests and knees, Carelessly slept.' However even this early in the passage the last two lines connote the violence which is yet to come. 'To face the stark, blank sky beyond the ridge, knowing…
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