How Did Wilfred Owen Challenges Horace On The Glory Of Dying For Your Country

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Now that I have studied Wilfred Owen, one of the greatest World War I Poets, I can understand scarifies the men made back then for there country. Owen writes descriptive poems that are full of vivid illustrations of war. These poems are what he experienced as a soldier at war. In “Dulce et Decorum est” Owen challenges Horace on the glory of dying for your country. Owen said if people saw and experienced what he did, people would feel differently about dying at war, and would see that there is no glory in a battlefield funeral. From the research, and poems I have read I would agree with Owen. In the battle of the trenches there is no glory, only survival. In the “Anthem for Doomed Youth” Owen Describes the funeral of men who die at war. The
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