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English Lit: Wilfred Owen's presentation of comradeship. watch

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    Hello, I'm new to this forum - have absolutely no idea how this thing works, whoops!

    I wanted to if there was anyone out there studying Wilfred Owen in English Lit AS or anyone who has studied Wilfred Owen, at the end of the month I have to hand in an essay arguing an idea that I've made up, my first draft was meant to be handed in like 2 weeks ago but I just couldn't be bothered (I'm finding it a tad bit difficult to adjust to my class, I was moved to another one like halfway through the first term, I hate the people in my class and the teachers, spend most of my time waiting for class to end at the back like a little loser, haha, but I'm working on it.) and honestly I have no idea what to do, I'm the sort of person who leave things last minute and here I am, haha. (New Year's resolution is to get everything done before it piles up!)

    Anyway, so I'm currently studying Wilfred Owen's poem and the theme or argument that I have come up with is the idea the comradeship is presented as something that is merely temporary, the soldiers are sent in to fight, make some friends to make the night bearable they get injured/sadly pass away and then they are forgotten and then the cycle continues.

    The good thing is that I have started the essay! Hallelujah! I've got all the poem for the argument and against, but I just can't seem get past the second paragraph and would be so grateful to have someone ad me on fb go over it with me and tell me things I need to improve on before I hand it in, finally!

    Thanks for reading this mess, hopefully hope to hear from someone!

    xx
 
 
 
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