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Comparing Jessie Popes "Who's For The Game" to Wilfred Owens "Anthem For Doomed Youth"

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Comparing Jessie Popes
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The start of both poems are the exact opposite of each other they both ask a question but one before and one after the war. At first it was a game but lard it became a tragedy. It seems that Jessie asks questions that are the opposite of Wilfred statements. "the monstrous anger of guns" " the red crashing game of fight". The poems are structured as if Wilfred was replying to Jessie with all the horror he had seen that Jessie was just trying ...

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