Chapter 11 Questions - Source 1 Rupert Brooke What were his...

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Source 1 – Rupert Brooke What were his sensations as he watched the war engulf Europe? How does he characterize the spirit of pre-WWI Europe? What will awaken that spirit? Why do you think his poem suggests that Brooke would welcome death? Source 2 – Charles Peguy What elements of Peguy’s thought does the poem combine? What was his view of war? Although Peguy’s national and religious background was different from that of the English Protestant Brooke, what ideas did he share with Brooke? Why do you think other intellectulys also drew on the romanticism and nationalism of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to welcome war? Source 3 – Ernst Lissauer Which nation do the Germans see as their archenemy? Why do you think this country was so hated in Germany?
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How does Barbusse describe modern warfare? Source 5 – Erich Maria Remarque How does Remarque describe the experience of modern warfare? What effect did it have on the many youthful frontline soldiers like the main character, Paul Baumer? What impact did that war have on German civilians? Source 6 – Wilfred Owen
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course EUH 2100 taught by Professor Herlihy during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Chapter 11 Questions - Source 1 Rupert Brooke What were his...

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