What is the attitude for the soldier poem by rupert brooke?
Although there are many interpretations of the poem, it can be deduced that the soldier in the poem is suggested to be patriotic and thoughtful over the deaths of his friends, proclaiming that the lands that they die on and are buried in, wherever that may be, will always be a part of England. The soldier questions his own death and how he will fall in this war, but he doesn’t seem to dwell on how short his life could be, but is reminiscing about the other bodies around him. I have a full analysis of The Solider somewhere. I will try and find it, but if not, just drop me a message and I’ll be happy to talk about Conflict Poetry and discuss tips for analysis.
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