discussion

Most likely, you have viewed a film other than Apocalypse Now that deals with war in one way or another. Make a connection between a war film and of the readings from this week. How do they each provide different insights? What do they have in common? Consider perspective, experiences, attitudes and relationships. Please finish this first!

[ALSO, BE SURE TO RESPOND TO AT LEAST TWO OF YOUR CLASSMATES. ] ONCE YOU GIVE ME THE PRIOR PART, I CAN UPLOAD IT AND SEE MY CLASSMATES’ WORK. THEN I WILL SEND YOU TWO OF MY CLASSMATES’ WORK THAT YOU CAN RESPOND TO THEM. THE RESPONSES DON’T HAVE BEEN TOO LONG, JUST GIVE YOUR OPINION ABOUT THEIR POSTS AND AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THEIR THOUGHTS. THANK YOU

Here is the link for the war films: http://www.imdb.com/search/title?genres=war&num_vo…

This Week’s Readings

W.B. Yeats “Easter 1916” (p. 303)

Yosano Akiko: I Beg You Brother: Do Not Die! (p. 386)

Rupert Brooke: “The Soldier” (p. 388)

Wilfred Owen: “Dulce et Decorum Est” (p.390)

Glossary Terms: racism, historical criticism, new historicism, realism