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Lesson 1 Handout - The Soldier by Rupert Brooke


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Handout for lesson 1 of Joanne Gray's lesson plans on First World War poetry.
This collection of lesson plans aim to provide greater understanding and knowledge of the impact of the First World War on poetry, and provide some insight into the conditions in which it was written. To look at poetry as propaganda

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Lesson 1 Handout - The Soldier by Rupert Brooke

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  2. 2. QuestionSheet What is the poem about? Briefly, summarise the poem. Do you consider the poem to be propaganda? How does the poet feel about the war/England/dying? Why does the poet feel this way? Does the poem reflect the reality of war? What poetic devices are used in the poem? Is Brooke an idealistic poet or a glorifier of war?