Attitude to war as Revealed in Wilfred Owen's “Strange Meeting”

Attitude to war as Revealed in Wilfred Owen's “Strange Meeting”
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“My subject is war, and the pity of war. The poetry is in the pity” –
Wilfred Owen.
Paradoxically enough Owen began writing poetry in the tradition
of the romantics with Keats and Shelley as his models Equipped with a
Romantic sensibility, Owen might have written better poetry but
circumstances ordained otherwise. The war provided Owen with subject
matter, which turned the romantic elegiac strain of his early poems into
the deep feelings of sorrow and compassion, which characterize his later
poems.
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