Analysis Of Out In The Dark And 27 In Minds At War

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He is an English poet, born on march 18, 1893 and died on November 4, 1918 , Being a soldier and poet, he was regarded by many as the leading poet of the first war. His parents were probably both welsh in origin, and he was conscious of his Celtic ancestry; he wrote in one of his early poems that Celtic blood, he sheared with family a delight in music and a rather less enthusiastic allegiance to evangelical religion. Owen came from a sternly religious background and was pious and frequent churchgoer. There are 19 of the best of Wilfred Owen war poems in Out in the Dark and 27 in Minds at war-all his really important war poems in Owen which his reputation is founded. He wrote the realistic war poetry on the horrors of French and gas warfare heavily influenced by his friend Siegfried Sassoon and stood in contrast to the public perception of war and the confidently patriotic verse written earlier by war poets such as Rupert Brooke. At psychiatric hospital in Edinburg he met( Siegfried Sassoon ) Who inspired him to develop his war poetry. On November he was shot and killed near the village of Ors Research question: 1.How the selected poems of Wilfred own presents the images of war? 2.What are the factors that make Wilfred own a war poet? How selected poems Owen show the horrors of war? Purpose : The research is intended at the study of Wilfred Owen as a war poet the purpose of this research is to discover the significance of war poet and to uncover the realities of life
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