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|1||From Owen's Doomed Youth, to his doomed youth||
Lecture at the event 'Wilfred Owen: From Doomed Youth to the Battle of the Sambre'....
|Jean Moorcroft Wilson|
|2||The Last Phase||
A discussion on the last phase of the First World War. A talk given at 'Wilfred Owen: From...
|3||Anthem for Doomed Youth (readings)||
by Owen, Wilfred (1893-1918)
|4||The Life and Times of Wilfred Owen (lecture)||
Free public lecture at Gresham College. Available as video, audio and transcript
|Peter Bunyan, Chris Cuff|
Dr Mark Rawlinson explores the relationship between War and War Poetry using Owen's famous '...
Professor Jon Stallworthy, editor and biographer of Wilfred Owen, introduces one of the most...
|1||The Art of Mourning in First World War Poetry||
The poetry written during the First World War was often created as an elegiac response to the...
|2||First World War||
The Great War (also known as World War One, and the First World War) was a global combat centred...
|3||Wilfred Owen - biography||
'My subject is War, and the pity of War. The Poetry is in the pity.'
|Stephanie Fishwick, Stuart Lee|
|4||Reliving Wilfred Owen's 'Exposure' in Louis Simpson's World War II Poem 'The Battle'||
Wilfred Owen’s legacy is often characterized by hallmarks such as his use of pararhyme or half-...
|5||Wilfred Owen and the Modern Elegy||
Owen's elegies are characterised by his scepticism of the genre's consolatory power. Such...
|6||"Smile, Smile, Smile": Wilfred Owen and the Politicians||
Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag
|7||SHEER: Setting Wilfred Owen to Music||
"I can find no word to qualify my experiences except the word SHEER... It passed the...
|8||Postcard from the Front Lines of Teaching "Dulce et Decorum Est"||
Wilfred Owen is the most famous of the World War One soldier-poets, and "Dulce et Decorum Est"...
|Eleanor Mary Boudreau|
|9||At the Water’s Edge: Wilfred Owen and Water||
By the look of the photograph reproduced in Jon Stallworthy's biography, it was a fairly run-of-...
|10||Wilfred Owen and the Culture of Commemoration||
We can approach the First World War from the perspective of the historian, with a view to...
|11||Dulce et Decorum Est: Wilfred Owen’s Latin||
Wilfred Owen fought hard to learn Latin. He was acutely aware of the importance of the classical...
|12||Wilfred Owen: The '60s Poet||
With the centenary of the first Armistice Day - and the centenary of Wilfred Owen's death a week...
|13||4-11 November 1918: Wilfred Owen and armistice Day in Memory and History||
In an early preface to his collected war poems, Wilfred Owen wrote of his work that "The subject...
|14||"The Poetry is in the Pity": Wilfred Owen and the Memory of the First World War||
A memorial to the poets of the First World War stands in the corner of Westminster Abbey....
|15||Owen's influence on Carol Ann Duffy||
Carol Ann Duffy's poem "An Unseen" depicts a soldier going off to war, but we don't know which...
|16||Wilfred Owen: Resonances||
Owen's enduring legacy comes in a variety of shapes and forms, from Benjamin Britten's War...
|17||An Introduction to Teaching Wilfred Owen||
Wilfred Owen has always been one of my favourite writers to teach, because his poetry is like a...
|1||Wilfred Owen plate from Poems (1920)||
This is a plate from Wilfred Owen's 1920 Poems by Wilfred Owen, showing the author. The original...
|2||Wilfred Owen Grave||
Wilfred Owen - the grave in Ors communal cemetery
|3||Le masque forestier||
By Mathilde Blondeel Colour pencils, 2018, 42 x 29.7 cm based on vegetal material collected...
|4||Kouni gnani yli yégé||
By Nadia Ogou Batik, serigraphy and installation, 2018, 225 x 125 cm
|5||Portraits of Wilfred Owen||
By Félicia Laude Acrylic paint and ink on dyed linen, 2018, 150 x 230 cm.
|1||Wilfred Owen: The Man and His Poems||
A short biography of Wilfred Owen, explaining the context in which his poetry was written.
|2||Writing about poetry||
This learning object suggests an approach to understanding poetry and to give a framework to...
Glossary of terms used in literature with examples from the poetry of Wilfred Owen. Includes...
|4||Dulce Et Decorum Est - Wilfred Owen - Muvizu 3D Animation war poem||...|
|5||Beyond the slaughter and loss of the First World War (conversation)||
Was there more to the First World War than just death and slaughter? This is a transcript of an...
|6||Under a green sea – experiences of gas warfare (3D simulation)||
This 3D simulation introduces you to the experiences of gas warfare in the trenches through...
|7||First World War timeline (interactive)||
This interactive timeline, created as part of the First World War Poetry Digital Archive...
|8||Ivor Gurney, Isaac Rosenberg, Wilfred Owen||
Blog post by Professor Tim Kendall and discussion. From the War Poetry blog.
|9||Wilfred Owen: 'Futility'||
Blog post + discussion about the Owen's poem 'Futility'. By Professor Tim Kendall on the War...
|10||Teaching materials by Lucy Freeland||
A sample of teaching material used with a class of Yr 9 students studying First World War poetry...