Everything you need to know about poetry of the First World War to succeed in your GCSE Literature exam or essay task.
York Notes: Poetry of the First World War give you everything you need to know about a range of poems written around the time of the 1914–18 war, from patriotic songs such as Jessie Pope’s ‘Who’s for the game?’ to anti-war poems like Wilfred Owen’s ‘Anthem for Doomed Youth’. There are detailed summaries of each poem and analysis of themes such as ‘Nature’ and ‘The home front’, plus help with understanding language and form. You’ll also find a wealth of practical content including advice on using quotations, a sample essay plan, further questions and essay writing tips.
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