presentation of war in 'charge of the light brigade' and 'war photographer'

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so im writing an essay on ho war is presented in 'charge of the light brigade' and 'war photographer' n ive written the intro. but need help on literally the next paragraph! XD. i dont know wht to say, or how to begin the next paragraph. thank you.

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Tennyson's poem ' Charge of the light brigade', written after a disastrous engagement during the Crimean war & 'War photographer' by Duffy, depict the reality of war as a profoundly negative experience. Whilst Tennyson epitomizes the frantic and distressing reality of war and highlights the consequences of war in a celebratory and inflated heroic fashion (which I would argue is a prime example of extorting attitudes towards warfare for propaganda purposes ), in 'War photographer' the horrors are explored through the 'spools of suffering' and the 'cries' of a wife. However the main conflict is that of the photographer as he grapples with what he does for a living.
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Oh gosh this takes me back...
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cant wait to live the moment u are rn.. GCSE's have drained me famm
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so im writing an essay on ho war is presented in 'charge of the light brigade' and 'war photographer' n ive written the intro. but need help on literally the next paragraph! XD. i dont know wht to say, or how to begin the next paragraph. thank you.

so heres the intro i wrote:

Tennyson's poem ' Charge of the light brigade', written after a disastrous engagement during the Crimean war & 'War photographer' by Duffy, depict the reality of war as a profoundly negative experience. Whilst Tennyson epitomizes the frantic and distressing reality of war and highlights the consequences of war in a celebratory and inflated heroic fashion (which I would argue is a prime example of extorting attitudes towards warfare for propaganda purposes ), in 'War photographer' the horrors are explored through the 'spools of suffering' and the 'cries' of a wife. However the main conflict is that of the photographer as he grapples with what he does for a living.
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