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Wilfred Owen once had written, " Almost all a poet person can do today is definitely warn. This is why the true Poets must be honest. " Keeping in line with his pronouncement, Owen addresses the real nature of war in his poetry and counteracts the most popular message that war is noble and glorious. At the begining of drafts of " Azucarado et Decorum Est, " Owen actually dedicates this to Jessie Pope, an author of kid's books and conventionally devoted poetry. Owen's depiction of an incident among troops and poisonous gas clearly forbids the tenet of resplendent patriotism propagate by warfare recruiters and idealistic poets, such as Pope. By incorporating gruesome imagery and powerful metaphors while using subtle nuances of the poem's form, Wilfred Owen decries the belief of war's fame in " Dulce ou Decorum Est. "
Owen starts the reader to drastic compare between the real and proposed soldiers' lives from the start the composition. Even the subject is sarcastic. Owen quotes the beginning part of the phrase, " Dulce ou decorum se revele etre / Pro patria mori, " meaning " It is sweet and fitting to die for one's nation. " There exists, however , absolutely nothing that is sweet in his interpretation of battle. The similes " Twisted double, like beggars underneath sacks" and " coughing like hags" give the impression that the characters are weak, dirty and poor. Nevertheless , these " beggars" and " hags" are soldiers, men within their prime. In case the conditions are such that strong, young men shall no longer be healthy or...
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