The topic and its importance are not new, but I think attention to the War will probably make it more prominent. In any case, simply noting that TWL is also about human relations (and so many things besides) does not remove the War either from the poem or his personal life. Nor do student essays or newspaper articles alter the picture. I suggest anyone interested look at least at Fussell and Sherry. There is more, but I would have to look it up.