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Read Wilfred Owen’s poem

Read Wilfred Owen’s poem “Dulce et Decorum Est” in your anthology (555-556), and respond to the following questions:

1. How does the author, Owen, use the lines from Horace (included in the last two lines of the poem) and a powerful image of a soldier dying to make a comment on the war?

2. Wilfred Owen enlisted during WW I and commanded a men in the British army. He died in battle at the age of 25. Click on the volume/sound icon available in this link

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to listen to a reading of a letter Owen wrote in which his duties as commander are compared to the biblical story of Christ’s crucifixion. How does Owen make use of the details of the crucifixion story to show how he feels about the men he commands and his role as their leader?

3. Read “Pro Patria,”

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written by an older man during Owen’s time who presents a very different picture of war. How does this image of war and the soldiers differ from the one we get from Owen?

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