Study notes on the Anti-War, Post-1900 poem by Wilfred Owen; "Disabled"
Disabled is a poem that depicts the sadness of a disabled war veteran. Owen shows how sad it is that a man cannot take part in normal life, because he has lost his legs and arms. A feature of this poem is Wilfred Owen's use of alliteration.
"Ghastly suit of grey."
"Voices of play and pleasure."
This alliteration gives the poem its rhythm. In the 2nd half of the poem, we learn that the man joined the war for all t…
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