|NOM DE FICHIER||Owen and the Soldier.pdf|
|TAILLE DU FICHIER||2,78 MB|
|DATE DE PUBLICATION||2019-Jun-15|
Wilfred Owen does not consider the soldiers to be courageous or heroic for serving their country. 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' also contains metaphors to create a more vivid picture. This is said in the line, "All went lame; all blind; drunk with fatigue…" This tells the reader that the soldiers are physically suffering and are very worn out from the war. Secondly, the poems are quite ...