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IntroductionRegeneration a collection of Wilfred Owen poetry and Journey end allexpose elements of psychological effects such as the treatment soldiersreceived by the government homosexuality and relationships WilfredOwen wrote his poems whilst being involved at the frontline thereforewe obtain a firsthand perspective of what it wouldve been like to livein the trenches and the psychological horrors soldiers were facingRC Sherriff also had experiences of war however he decided to write hisplay ten years later when people were still affected This would havegiven him time to recollect his memories to give the most honestperception of war Pat Barker in contrast had second hand accountsBarkers grandfather was seriously psychologically damaged and she tookhis experiences and developed her own understanding of the war Although societies today are socially aware of the affects the FirstWorld War the government during 1914-1918 didnt regard the fact thatsoldiers were being affected psychologically and physically EssayWilfred Owen is able to draw on his own experiences and inject hispoetry with the full horror of what he had witnessed making his poetrythe most brutally poignant in the English language Owen usesalliteration sibilance and imagery to ensure the reader is receivingthe right amount of creation when regarding the war surroundings Owenfrequently uses corpses and tension to inform his reader of why soldierswere badly affected by war Even just a month in a war environment wouldhave had a great deal of psychological effect on someone and thereforeOwens paramount experience was a major gain to the effectiveness of hispoetry Pat Barker is a female author who is similarly connected to hermain character Rivers who never took part in the war She hasexperienced some sort of impact as her grandfather who raised herfought in World War I Barkers meticulous research has given her aninsight that allows her to educate a modern but younger audienceBarker uses a psychoanalytical technique throughout her novel tounderstand the narration manner of conducting oneself and imagery ofcharacters Although this may be a diverse
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