War girls by jessie pope about this poet jessie pope was born in leicester england and educated at the north london collegiate school for girls pope was a prolific writer of occasional poetry and prose and her work was published widely in periodicals war conflict mythology folklore. The way the girls at war are portrayed is very protentious though it must have been very hard for the girls at war especially those who had lost a loved one in combat maybe jessie pope should spare a thought for the men on the front line instead of thinking about the women. War girls a collection of first world war stories through the eyes of young women is a great collection of stories i found them to be interesting and a good way to engage girls with details of life during ww1. Girls from a small american town couldnt envision how a war across the ocean would change their lives these letters reveal their adventures their heartaches and the patriotism and faith that helped them persevere. Jessie pope war girls 1916 like her poem the call jessie popes war girls gives voice to jingoistic patriotism but the language and action of the poem also revel in the opportunities for empowerment that the war has created for women they are no longer caged and penned up but tackling jobs with energy and knack
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