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Help, I am doing an essay on analysing poems. Rupert Brooke (the dead and the soldier) and Wilfred owen(dulce et decorum est and disabled) I have to analyse the themes, structures, the poetic techniques and relate the poems to relevant context. Then finally I have explain how the poems convey the poets ideas. I want to know if I am going along the right lines! Though I have no idea how to compare and link them to each other! Thanks


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Help, I am doing an essay on analysing poems. Rupert Brooke (the dead and the soldier) and Wilfred owen(dulce et decorum est and disabled) I have to analyse the themes, structures, the poetic techniques and relate the poems to relevant context. Then finally I have explain how the poems convey the poets ideas. I want to know if I am going along the right lines! Though I have no idea how to compare and link them to each other! Thanks


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I would analyse each of the poems individually on a separate piece of paper and look for similarities/differences between them, and choose the strongest links and write about those
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