Keeping the dark side of the war in the background in Rupert Brooke’s “The Soldier” and Rudyard Kipling’s “For All We Have and Are”

In the earlier stages, the war culture is predicated on patriotism and the glory of dying in the battle. British poets Rupert Brooke and Rudyard Kipling employed their unique voice in their poetry as an instrument of war propaganda to manipu-late the society. The poem “The Soldier” (1914) by Brooke...

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Volume: 5
Main Author: Sabancı Uzun,Gamze
Güzelordu,Göksu
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Karbey Yayıncılık Eğitim ve Danışmanlık Hiz. San. Tic. Ltd. Şti. Kesit Yayınları 01.03.2019
published in: Kesit Akademi Dergisi Vol. 5; no. 20; pp. 159 - 170
Editor: Bayrak,Özcan
Data of publication: 2019-3
ISSN: 2149-9225
Alternate Title: Rupert Brooke’un “The Soldıer” ve Rudyard Kipling’in “For All We Have and Are” adlı şiirlerinde savaşın karanlık yüzünün arka planda tutulması
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