Dulce et decorum est poem evaluation
Wilfred Owen's poem, Dulce et decorum est is a highly appropriate addition to the historical society's compilations of poems, as it accurately describes the horrors of the war rather than the glory that is associated with it. This is conveyed accurately by Owen, through a variety of language techniques. It reveals an attitude towards war that is contrary to the general opinion that war is a glorifying experience. Owen utilizes a number of poetic techniques, particularly focusing on language choice, imagery and personification to convey his attitudes of disgust and contempt for war.
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