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The importance of Siegried Sassoon's letter in 'Regeneration', by Pat Barker

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  1. The analysis of Sassoon's letter
    1. Form and style of the letter
    2. Sassoon's conception of war: themes of the letter
  2. The importance of the letter within the novel

First of all it's important to know that this letter has actually been written by the real Sassoon. He was a poet and even if his first poems were kind of romantic, he is mostly famous for his poems about war. In these war poems, he describes the horror and the barbarism of war with gruesome details such as dead bodies, suicide and the horrible living conditions in the trenches. The aim of his poems was to open the eyes of the British population and show them what propaganda was hiding from them.

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