The Question and Answer section for Wilfred Owen: Poems is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Is there a specific poem you are referring to?
It is obvious in Wilfred Owen's poetry that those in authority exploited the young soldiers with a false pretence of glory and respect by glamorising the War. Using marxist ideas and Wilfred Owens poetry, to what extent do you agree with this
Your question is interesting but too complex for this small short answer space.
The speaker reminisces about his life before become disabled, he used to be a renowned football player. His blood stains were his mark of honour and he became lost in the masculinity of his sport. In his naivety, the speaker equated football with...