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Reading AF’s. Who’s for the game?. By Jessie Pope. Use a quote in all answers. The soldiers are compared to two things. What are they? Owen uses many words which are ‘ugly’. List some. What comparison is used to describe them in gas? Why does one man die? What do the others do with him?.

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Who s for the game

Who’s for the game?

By Jessie Pope


Use a quote in all answers
Use a quote in all answers

  • The soldiers are compared to two things. What are they?

  • Owen uses many words which are ‘ugly’. List some.

  • What comparison is used to describe them in gas?

  • Why does one man die? What do the others do with him?


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H/W for Friday

1 to 2 pages:

  • Write about

    Dulce et Decorum est

    What story does it tell? Why do you think Owen wrote the poem?

  • Use a variety of quotes in your answer.



Essay structure
Essay Structure decorum est’ show different points of view about going to War.

Intro

Summary of the historical context.

In your own words a summary of both poems.

Main

6 quotes (PEE paragraphs) – 3 on each poem that answer the question.

Conclusion

Link your analysis back to the question & refer to the meaning/message


Explore the ways who s for the game and attack show different points of view about going to war
Explore the ways ‘Who’s for the game?’ and ‘Attack’ show different points of view about going to War

Attack - By Siegfried Sassoon

At dawn the ridge emerges massed and dunIn the wild purple of the glowering sun,Smouldering through spouts of drifting smoke that shroud The menacing scarred slope; and, one by one, Tanks creep and topple forward to the wire.

The barrage roars and lifts. Then, clumsily bowedWith bombs and guns and shovels and battle-gear,Men jostle and climb to meet the bristling fire.Lines of grey, muttering faces, masked with fear,

They leave their trenches, going over the top,

While time ticks blank and busy on their wrists,

And hope, with furtive eyes and grappling fists,

Flounders in mud. O Jesu, make it stop!


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H/W FOR THURSDAY ‘Attack’ show different points of view about going to War

  • Finish WW1 poetry Essay


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