Dulce et decorum est is a poem whose title means " It is a sweet and seemly thing to die for one's country." It is poem discussing the plight of young soldiers who are at war.
Dulce et Decorum Est is a poem whose title translates to "It is a sweet and seemly thing to die for one's country." The poem describes the horrors faced by young men who are out fighting for their country.
There is a Cyrillic translation of Dulce et Decorum Est if you click on the Russian title from the link below.
The tone in Dulce et Decorum est is gloomy and dark. The poem deals with the ordeals of young men sent out to war to fight for their country. There is also a not of sarcasm; the title of the poem means: it is a sweet and seemly thing to die for one's county.
In Dulce Decorum. Its from the soundtrack to the original Miami Vice TV series and the artist is The Damned.
He wanted his readership to see the reality and truth of war, to feel disgusted and horrified by its brutality and to think how completely pointless it is - in fact to show that the meaning of the poem's title is utterly to be despised and rejected.
No, it is from an ode by Horace. It is also the title of a Wilfred Owen (soldier poet) WWI poem, posthumously published in 1920; an horrific condemnation of trench warfare expounding the myth of the the translation "It is noble and glorious to die for one's country. He calls it the 'Old Lie'. Dulce et Decorum Est Pro Patria Mori adorns a wall of the chapel of the Sandhurst Military Acadamy and at the entrance to the Arlington Memorial Amphitheater. Varoius organisations, including the Royal Canadian Regiment, an Australian Army corp, schools and military academies have adopted the Pro Patria (for country) as their motto.
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