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War Poems Comparison - The Send-off And Ducle Et Decorum Est

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Bradley R

 

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January 30, 2012

 

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Throughout the poem more pictures are painted of death and funerals e.g. "As under a green sea I saw him drowning." "He plunges at me guttering, choking, drowning" From the next quotes we can see that Wilfred Owen must have suffered from nightmares about the war and the trenches. He says "In all my dreams before my helpless sight" "He plunges at me guttering, choking, drowning" "If in some smothering dreams you too could pace Behind the wagon that we flung him in" Pictures of death are also painted in the poem "The send-off" and I think that Wilfred Owen is trying to put forward the idea that when you are "sent off" you never come back...
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He says "In all my dreams before my helpless sight" "He plunges at me guttering, choking, drowning" "If in some smothering dreams you too could pace Behind the wagon that we flung him in" Pictures of death are also painted in the poem "The send-off" and I think that Wilfred Owen is trying to put forward the idea that when you are "sent off" you never come back...
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