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Dulce Et Decorum Est And Suicide In The Trenches

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The outstanding poems That Dispute’s against war are Suicide in the trenches by Siegfried Sassoon, Dulce Et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen , In Flanders Fields by John McCrae and Anthem of doom by Wilfred Owen. They all associate together to describe the horror and pain of what the fighters had to go through everyday, Also describe of what the nation have done to resolve this issues of death of the soldiers and lastly they helped me understand, how the whole idea of a soldier prospective and their experience of been treated and how they were pursueded to go to war. I felt that all of the poems has an influence on me, They all interpret on a solution that will never be solved.

"'Suicide in the Trenches' written by Wilfred Owen discusses the wrongdoing made by the
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Also what war leads to nothing but millions of death create from senseless leaders. In stanza one Sassoon says “He put a bullet through his brain. No one spoke of him again.” this quote shows the sorrow and trouble that one soldier had to through, also how one soldier felt and how he saw war as. In the first stanza it states “I knew a simple soldier boy Who grinned at life in empty joy,Slept soundly through the lonesome dark, And whistled early with the lark.” This showed how a young soldier boy who didn’t want to go to war, but he had to because he didn’t feel comfortable staying behind as the other boys went. Also in suicide in the trenches do you really think that the men wanted to go to war or did you think that just because he's a man he had to go like every other. Owen trying to say is War not a good place, he has seen many things more different than your everyday paperman. This made him go as a result of feeling left out and careless to his country. This made me think that why did he follow when he could have stood
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