Welcome to the arts of hour my name is and for the special talk today marks the reembrace of annual 100th year since armistice a significant time for people around Australia to reflect on the loss of lives during the war to celebrate this we brought to you today a special quest speaker today to empty the gaps of how ww1 was like in the front line
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Thank you short break and now we are back for the world war special podcast by as today we mark the 100ths year since armistice we are joined by HawHaw’s dad today marks the day
Anthem for doomed youth- inviting us into the world of warfare
Anthem for doomed youth Owen invites the readers to the world of warfare by using visual imagery (these who die as cattle). Owen begins with a bitter tone as he asks rhetorically what "passing bells" of mourning will sound for those soldiers who die like cattle in an undignified mass. Owen showing how soldier die in a mass amount like cattle being slaughtered in a slaughter house. Owen her aims to highlight the pointlessness and the senseless nature of war as he conveys the bitterness and loss of lives in the front line. (The shrill demented choirs of wailing shells) Owen use humor to invite us to the frontline as the choirs come from the wailing shells a contrast of the church bells
Strange Meeting- pity of war
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