• anonymous
Hi guys, for English i have to write a monologue for WW1, does anybody have any ideas please?
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  • anonymous
Think of standing in/by the trenches after a battle and having to describe your feelings about before, during and after. Perhaps talking to yourself about these feelings and how the event relates to other things in your life and/or in the grand scheme of things. Maybe you're drafting a letter to a loved one or talking to your mates who are no longer there. Bring in the futility of war and your lack of influence - your inability to decide the outcome despite being there. Why are you really there and who really benefits by your presence?

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