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by Wilfred Owen

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What is an example of shocking imagery in "Anthem for Doomed Youth"?

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I believe that you are asking about Owen's use of striking imagery in his powerful, evocative descriptions of the horrors of World War I in "Anthem for Doomed Youth ." "Anthem for Doomed Youth" is arguably one of the most moving war poems ever written. Few poets have gone on to capture the desperation and hopelessness of the violence...

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