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The Day We Scarpered

Went out to get myself very drunk last night, which is not healthy, I know. I need to find some other medium to deal with my emotions. 993 more words

Reflection

An analysis of the form, structure and voice of Exposure by Wilfred Owen

In the last post, I looked at the two contextual influences on Wilfred Owen’s poem Exposure which appears in the AQA GCSE English Literature anthology section,  2,075 more words

Literature

Understanding the context of Exposure by Wilfred Owen

As we come to the fifth poem in AQA’s GCSE English Literature “Power and Conflict” section of the poetry anthology, we see a turn from the futile glory of Tennyson’s  1,763 more words

Literature

Glory's Demise

Examining Wilfred Owen’s Deconstruction of Glory in “Dulce Et Decorum Est”

As Europe went to war in the early 20th century, it was excited by the prospect of glory. 1,778 more words

History

Wilfred Owen

Wilfred Owen was an English poet and soldier. After school he became a teaching assistant and in 1913 went to France for two years to work as a language tutor. 220 more words

Featured

Edinburgh Fringe 2014 Review: 300 to 1

16 August 2014, ThreeWeeks Edinburgh

This play should never work. A fifteen year old boy enacts the film ‘300’ to Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon? I’m not quite sure how Matt Panesh came up with the idea for this solo show but I’m glad he did. 88 more words

Review

Dulce et Decorum est

“Dulce et Decorum est” was a poem written by Wilfred Owen between 1917 and 1918. Owen was a soldier during the first world war, also known as the great war. 389 more words

Opinion