Siegfried sassoon, wilfred owen & world war i by: prof saad kassim sagher i characteristic of his presentation of the soldiers [ life in the trenches. Wilfred owen had considerable first-hand experience of the horrors of gas warfare during world war i, and his poem “dulce et decorum est” is an attempt to depict. Wilfred owen’s most memorable, and often cited, works reveal several characteristic traits romantic imagery dominates his work, regardless of whether it is war. The war experience: wilfred owen an european view wilfred owen (1893-1918) born in 1893, wilfred owen was working as a teacher of english in france when he visited a.
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