Dulce Et Decorum Est
Wilfred Owen was a British soldier who was killed in the trenches of World War I. Before he died, he wrote some powerful anti-war poems. “Dulce Et Decorum Est,” one of Owen’s most famous poems, was published in 1920. In this poem, Owen uses irony to refute the idea reflected in the poem’s title that “dying for one’s nation is sweet.” Instead, he graphically outlines the horror of modern warfare, describing a gas attack.
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Call Number: PR6029 .W4 Z67 2003
Call Number: PR605 .W65 H57 2005
Call Number: PR6029 .W4 A6 1965
Call Number: PR6029 .W4 A6 2009
Call Number: PR605 .W65 P85 2009
Call Number: PR6029 .W4 Z855 1988
o Volume 5, page 2878
o Volume 19, pages 347-371
o Volume 102, pages 142-146, 167-172, 203-230, 242-259, 265-276
o Volume 10, pages 108-124
o Volume 5, pages 362-371
o Volume 27, pages 208-236
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