World War 1 poems by Wilfred Owen - a comparison
World War 1 poems by Wilfred Owen
The pity of war, the pity war distilled.
Wilfred Owen, 1918
Wilfred Owen wrote a draft for a war poem shortly after war broke out entitled 'the Ballad of Peace and War'. It is ironic because it greatly contrasts with his later work. It can explain the naivety of him about war before joining up. The aim and effect of the poem is very patriotic and shows he is very proud and loves his country. "...their bodies of men vouchsafe to save the soul of England." Then he did not really consider the experience he would endure like the winter and the trenches. Nowa…
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