Wilfred Owen fought and died in the First World War and much of his poetry is about the horrors of that conflict.
Wilfred Owen is one of the most famous war poets. He was born in 1893 and died in 1918, just one week from the end of World War One. His poetry is characterised by powerful descriptions of the conditions faced by soldiers in the trenches.
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