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To what extent is writing on these subjects grounded in earlier traditions and to what extent does it enter a political debate, either explicitly or implicitly?
Nature was a subject most frequently used by poets of the 1930s to help communicate their political views and convey the alteration of which politics created in society. Writers sought after the public to be aware of 'the clashes between Fascism and Communism, dictatorship and social democracy and 'micropolitical' concerns' , which concerned all social classes well being. To exemplify what it is meant by the above, the analysis of the following poems: "Opus 7" and "Sleek and calm..." by Sylvia Townsend Warner, "James Honeysuckle" by W.H Auden and "December Apples" by Eilund Lewis will be…
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- To what extent is writing on these subjects grounded in earlier traditions and to what extent does it enter a political debate, either explicitly or implicitly?
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