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Video: Kenneth Branagh reading "Anthem for Doomed Youth" by Wilfred Owen

Written in 1916 when Owen was a patient at Craiglockhart War Hospital in Edinburgh recovering from shell shock. The poem is a lament for young soldiers whose lives were lost in World War I. 7 more words


Winter Song.

The browns, the olives, and the yellows died,
And were swept up to heaven; where they glowed
Each dawn and set of sun till Christmastide, 61 more words

Anthem for Doomed Youth

“My subject is War and the pity of War. The Poetry is in the pity.” – Wilfred Owen

I’m always looking for hidden meaning. Whether it’s reading a book, watching a film or at the theatre, I always want to find something that is under the surface waiting to be discovered.

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Challenging Perceptions of the Great War

The Botlon Branch is delighted that several A level history students attend branch lectures on a regular basis. Over the next few months, we hope to feature reports on our branch lectures written by our student members. 412 more words


Mr Legowski's 8xEn1 Dulce et Decorum Est homework - due Friday 16 January

For those students NOT preparing to write a review on ‘talent TV’ in Friday’s lesson, please research Wilfred Owen’s life and war experiences using the attached question sheet below. 75 more words

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Comparing Keats and Owen's Ideas on Life and Mortality

In When I have Fears that I may Cease to Be, Keats articulates his fear that he will not be able to fulfill his potential and fame before his death.   260 more words

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