Who's for the game

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  • In the first stanza the poet makes it clear to us about her opinion on war which is that it is a noble and glorious thing to join in.
  • In the second stanza, Pope asks every young man if they want to take part in the "show" of war or if they want to just sit in the "stands".
  • In the second stanza, Pope asks every young man if they want to take part in the "show" of war or if they want to just sit in the "stands".
  • In the third stanza where it says "Who would much rather come back with a crutch". The Pope suggests that the worst thing that could happen to a soldier is to return home on crutches-not death.
  • In the third stanza where it says "Than lie low and be out of the fun?". This shows us Pope's opinion on war and how she finds it harmless and noble.
  • In the fourth and final stanza, the poet tell us that the country is calling for all of those young and noble men to join the war or as she says it "The Game".
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