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The World War One (The First World War), also known as the Great War from 1914 to 1918, was one of the largest wars in the world history. Many have suffered and injured from this war and more than 9 million people were killed on this bloodiest war. This war had become an inspiration to the writers at that time. The poetry became a tool for the writers to inform the public about; the consequences of war to end the war and not to spread violence and some wrote poems to recruit people. Each poet’s critics the violence in their own ways and of overall reaction of the war is represented in poems. As well as the myth of the poem and
Examine the poetry by writers of the First World War generation. Discuss the poets’ critique of violence and their general representation of the war. To what extent are the poets deconstructing the myth of military heroism? What type of morality can rescue humanity from the absurd of the war? Devote your discussion to analysis and close reading of the documents in question. You are welcome to do further research on the lives and works of the War poets (Siegfried Sassoon, Wilfred Owen and Philip Larkin).
The Great War (28 July,1914-11 November,1918), also known as The First World War, was one of the largest wars in history. More than 9 millions people were killed and much more were injured. It shocked the whole world and, on the other hand, became an inspiration for many writers. The aim of poetry were: to stop spreading violence among people, to finish the cruel war, and to make people aware of all consequences of fighting. The three great examples of such works are, in my opinion: Siegfried