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"the blood is skipping, dripping drop by drop" is taken from what poem and what theme does it link to?
Education by P.Barrington and the realities of war
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What is the line that you would use from The Deserter by Winifred Letts?
"An English bullet in his heart! / an English bullet in his heart!"
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What poem would you use to convey the ignorance of war / patriotism?
The Call by Jessie Pope - "Who will earn the Empire's thanks?"
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What is a quote from Journey's End that you could use to show the physical / mental consequences of the war?
"if I went up there without being doped with whisky, I'd go mad with fright!"
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The quote "What do you do when the doctor breaks down?" is from where?
Regeneration by Pat Barker - it shows the mental consequences of the war.
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What is a poignant quote from All Quiet on the Western Front that represents youth, loss of innocence and man's inhumanity to man?
"We were 18 and had begun to love life ... and we had to shoot it to pieces."
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What literary devices are used in this line "drinking like a fish as usual?"
Hyberbolic similie - overexaggerated similie to convey Stanhope's need for drink and how natural it has become to him
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What is a key quote from Birdsong that shows man's inhumanity to man and the consequences of the war?
"He was surprised at his own brutality; he assumed it was caused by fear"
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What is the line that you would use from The Deserter by Winifred Letts?

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The quote "What do you do when the doctor breaks down?" is from where?

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