The
poems Disabled by Wilfred Owen and ‘Out, out’ by Robert Frost were created in
the early nineteen hundreds during the first world war, these two poems were written
with the strong idea of tragedy presenting them a lot during the story. Wilfred
Owen used to be a poet and also served as a soldier during world war one, Owen
was a very straight forward and real poet, he was mostly known for his harsh
views on the war which contrasted what people thought of it during that period
of time, he also differed compared to his colleagues as they had a very
positive view on this matter, by describing the conditions of the trenches and
the horrible living conditions. He hooks the readers by using many different
writing techniques. Frost was also a poet, although American who was very known
as well for his poems on life in the rural parts of his native country, this
poet also uses harsh language in his poems to show the tough reality of war and
the tragedy of it as he does in ‘Out, out’. So both of these poets are similar
in some ways and different in others in order to show the same thing, being the
tragedy caused by war.

Tragedy
is conveyed in the poem ‘Disabled’ through a war veteran recuperating from
serious wounds that left him in a wheel chair. Owen also had an encounter like
this where he was injured during the war making this poem much more personal.