Wilfred Owen depicts the typical picture of the disabled where “people with disabilities are more dependent, childlike, passive, sensitive, and miserable” than their nondisabled counterparts, and “are depicted as pained by their fate.” (Linton, 1998, p.
It can therefore be seen that Wilfred
Owen despises all people who wish the war to continue and all people
who think the war is a something triumphant
From this essay it can be seen that Wilfred Owen expresses his
feelings of anger, bitterness and sadness towards the war, in his
Analysis of Disabled by Wilfred Owen Essay - 677 Words
‘Disabled’ by Wilfred Owen is a comparison between the past days of glory and the current life of an injured soldier, who has just returned home from the battlefields of World War I.