Dulce et Decorum Est Analysis by Wilfred Owen

Dulce et Decorum Est Analysis

Hello there, we’re going to be having a look at Wilfred Owen his most famous poem Dulce et Decorum Est. The poem is written in 1917 when Wilfred Owen was in Craig Lockhart hospital, having been diagnosed with shell shock, and while at the hospital oh and met another very famous poet, Siegfried Sassoon, who … Read moreDulce et Decorum Est Analysis by Wilfred Owen

Anthem for Doomed Youth Analysis By Wilfred Owen

Anthem for Doomed Youth Analysis

Anthem for Doomed Youth was probably written in 1917. When Wilfred Owen was a patient Craig Lockhart hospital recovering from shell shock. There he met the poet secret Sassoon who helped edit some of the early drafts. It was Sassoon, for example, who turned Owens’s original title for the poem from anthem for dead youth … Read moreAnthem for Doomed Youth Analysis By Wilfred Owen

Comparing Storm on the Island and The Prelude

Comparing Storm on the Island and The Prelude

Hello literature students here we’re going to take another look at the poetry comparison question. If you remember, this task is on the Aqa literature paper to modern texts and poetry, just reminder that there will be two questions in Section B of this exam paper. So you just need to make sure that you … Read moreComparing Storm on the Island and The Prelude

War Correspondent Balaklava by Ciaran Carson

The Shepherd Analysis

We’re looking at the next home in the War Correspondent Balaklava by Ciaran Carson. Another war in a sorry another battle and I believe it’s in the Crimea. And the description here is so much different than in the first war correspondent home is much more a narrative though it is still rich with description. … Read moreWar Correspondent Balaklava by Ciaran Carson

The Garden of Love by William Blake

Genetics by Sinead Morrisey

Certainly, for Blake’s most powerful and famous poems, The Garden of Love seems to combine a very real sense of reality. A sense of the concrete, precision in the speaker’s experience, and laid on top of it a kind of mysterious, mystical, spiritual, symbolic experience as well. The melding of that leaves us with a … Read moreThe Garden of Love by William Blake