Attack Siegfried Sassoon Essays
By Contrast, Rupert Brooke describes his dead body as “A richer dust concealed” which portrays death as an experience to cherish and not to fear.
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The boys are of the opinion that yes they will not be the same again, but not for the reason the Bishop has listed.
The Bishops only response to this is As stated previously the poem is a conversation between the Bishop and soldiers, the conversation itself is taking place in the present tense as can be seen in line 1 “tell us” and in line 7 “boys reply”.
“They” by Siegfried Sassoon The poem exists out of two stanzas, with a rhyme pattern of ababcc dedeff.
The tone of the poem appears to be a little sarcastic and mocking.
Comparing “The Soldier” and “Counter Attack” At the beginning of the century two ideas prevailed about what war was like; it was either heroic or mere butchery.
These ideas are represented in the 2 poems “The Soldier” by Rupert Brookes and “Counter Attack” by Siegfried Sassoon.
The first line in ‘Attack’ is about the actual battle-taking place at dawn, so straight away you know what’s happening and it sets a mood, which is calm but is also goading.
It is really heart breaking that society blames God or Religion for things that go wrong, instead of taking responsibility for their own actions and decisions.
I am writing this essay on the 12 year anniversary of 911, and I cannot help to think about all the innocent people that have died and have been injured in the attack.
The poem is a direct conversation between a Bishop and boys (soldiers), it can be seen by the use of the double quotations.
I assume for the boys to be soldiers as they know the other soldiers by their names.