Not So Hidden Agendas, Wilfred Owen and His Early Editors
Wilfred Owen is considered by many to be perhaps the best war poet in English, if not world, literature. Yet, at the time of his death on November 4, 1918, only five of his poems had been published. Thus, due to his premature death, it is clear that Wilfred Owen was not responsible for the development of his own reputation. Instead, it was through the efforts of his editors that Wilfred Owen and his poetry were not forgotten on the bloody fields of France. Indeed, I would argue that the three earliest editions of Owen's poems (Siegfried Sassoon and Edith Sitwell, 1920; Edmund Blunden, 193…
- Comparison of "Recalling War" by Robert Graves and "Mental Case" by Wilfred Owen.
- Critical evaluation of the poem "Dulce et Decorum Est" by Wilfred Owen. "Choose a poem which genuinely shocked you, Explain how the authors techniques aroused this emotion in you"
- Not So Hidden Agendas, Wilfred Owen and His Early Editors
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