The comparison and contrast of "The Soldier" by Rupert Brooke and "Dulce et Decorum" est by Wilfred Owen.
Although Rupert Brooke and Wilfred Owen both wrote war poems they differ broadly from each other. Despite the fact that both authors' have a totally different opinion concerning war they have certain aspects in common.
<Tab/>In Rupert Brooke's poem The Soldier he develops a glorifying idea of patriotism. He seeks to transmit the message that it is beautiful to die for one's country - it embellishes death - and that no matter where he is buried the soil he is buried within will absorb his English body, acquire English ways and become in its turn, part of England. Brooke had ne…
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