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War Photographer

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"War Photographer" is a poem by Scottish writer Carol Ann Duffy, the United Kingdom's poet laureate from 2009 to 2019. Originally published in 1985, "War Photographer" depicts the experiences of a photographer who returns home to England to develop the hundreds of photos he has taken in an unspecified war zone.

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The poem references 'Armistice Sunday' which is also known as 'remembrance day' acts as a symbol for grief and loss, setting a mournful tone. and poppies had already been placed. The imagery of the 'poppies' is a piece of emotive symbolism that signifies the bloodshed of war as well as the mourning of those who have lost loved ones.

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This the AQA Power and Conflict Anthology you can use all the note for GCSE's

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Exposure

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Wilfred Owen's poem focuses on the misery felt by World War One soldiers waiting overnight in the trenches. ... The poet has a sense of injustice about the way the soldiers are being treated. If being 'exposed' to gunfire does not kill them, then exposure to the brutal weather conditions might do.

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My Last Duchess

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“My Last Duchess” is a dramatic monologue in which the Duke of Ferrara tells the messenger of his potential wife's family about his previous wife, the “last” duchess of the poem's title. ... Throughout the poem, the duke reveals his belief that women are objects to be controlled, possessed, and discarded.

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