The Development of Ideas in Wild with All Regrets, a Poem by Wilfred Owen

A commentary on the development of ideas in Wild With All Regrets Owen effectively conveys the emotions of a hopeless soldier, through the development and progression of thought in ‘Wild With All Regrets’. He uses various parallel trains of thought simultaneously, such as the past, present and future, magnifying people and then inanimate things, wandering … Read more

Kenneth's Regret in The Intruder by Andre Dubus

Kenneth’s Biggest Regret Andre Dubus introduces Kenneth Girard in The Intruder as a thirteen year old boy who struggles to find his identity. This is Kenneth’s story because he is the main person that the narrator speaks about. Kenneth shot who he thought was a prowler because he was influenced by his religion and expectations … Read more