After being a disabled officer for more than a year, the Medical Board officially decided on June 4, 1918 that Wilfred Owen has already recovered from his neurasthenia. Although he was expecting to fight again, his reputation as a poet was growing. Two of his poems, “Futility” and “Hospital Barge” were published in The Nation on June 15, 1918 and he became hopeful that he might be able to earn money by writing after the war.
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