Wilfred Owen's Exposure; Poem Summary

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when they weren’t even able to sleep comfortably. Rats are also embraced in the animal world as being not only smart but very secretive. and was happening during the early stages of World War perspective. "Her sights and sounds; dreams happy as her day." Without such strong images, the poem would probably the individuals of war, the pressure to attend war, the circumstances on arriving home, the effect of war as a whole and war being against nature. Owen strongly increases the impact of his poems. By being persistent with his beliefs and finding new ways to get these points across he is effective in his writing. In the “Exposure” examines the sensations of soldiers slowly freezing to death in the trenches of World War I in a poem of war. The persona of the poem adopts the identity of all the soldiers as they huddle against the wind and snow on the war front waiting for something to happen. As the cold sets in, sentries and ordinary soldiers watch confusing flares in the frontline fortification from which they have withdrawn for the night. Both authors embrace a very sensual aspect of both poems as they both consistently bring up the painful struggles of a human in time of war within the war its self. And opposing his contradicted opinions on what’s wrong and what’s right. a honest yet emotional aspects in his words, while Brooke distinguishes reality from fiction. In my personal perspective I believe both authors do a incredible job in grasping the reality, the moment and the second for their poem.
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