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Examine different attitudes to war through comparing poetry by two poets of World War One.
Rupert Brooke and Wilfred Owen are poets who fought for England in the First World War. Both poets depict the same topic of war, but through different views and opinions. Despite them pertaining to the similarly themed subject, their language and tone invoke contrasting feelings in readers and affects their impression of war in opposite ways. Examples of these differences can be seen in the two poems by Rupert Brook 'The Dead (iii) and 'The Soldier' and two by Wilfred Owen 'Anthem for Doomed Youth' and 'Dulce et Decorum Est'.
Rupert Brooke writes 'The Dead (iii)' in an extremely relaxed…
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