The Huntsman by Edward Lowbury – Stanza Two

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The Huntsman by Edward Lowbury – Stanza One

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What is the difference between 'say' and 'talk' respectively?

What is the dominant tense of the 1st stanza?

What does the line; "Through bush and forest went his spear." metaphorically indicate?

What is meant by the word 'here' in the statement of the hunter?

Why does the poet use the definite article to introduce what's hunted?

What is meant by the word 'here' in the statement of the skull?

How does the poet maintain the narrative quality of the stanza.

What is the significance of the name, "Kagwa"?

The rhyming scheme of the first stanza matches with the rhyming scheme of the _____ stanza.

Name two situations where the narrator elevates the physical strength of the hunter.


Farewell to barn and Stack and Tree – A.E Housman (Stanza Six)

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What is significant of the sounds used by the poet in the final stanza?

Why does the speaker not speak of human beings who might be possibly waiting or him?

The speaker inverts the syntax of the sentences uttered. What is the name of that technique?

Which number is used as an ominous symbol?

What figurative idea is suggested by the changed word order of the lines?

What is the technique used by the poet to make the stanza unpredictable?

Farewell to barn and Stack and Tree – A.E Housman (Stanza Five)

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What are the three wishes of the murderer?

What is the significance of the number of wishes?

Which line suggests that a love triangle might be the reason behind the murder?

What is the seasonal indication and its symbolical meaning?

What do the three wishes suggest about the speaker's life?

Who expresses the three wishes?

What technique is used to suggest the emotional agony of the speaker?

How does the narrator figuratively suggest that the idea of youth?

What is the symbolical meaning of the colour 'green'

Which word functions as a biblical allusion to the tale of "Able and Cane"?

Farewell to barn and Stack and Tree – A.E Housman (Stanza Four)

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What does the synecdoche suggest about the situation?

What are the most common sounds heard in the stanza four?

What is the used poetic technique in stanza four line two, where commas interrupt the reading pace?

What is the specific effect created by the repeated vowel sounds?

Scythe is the weapon of the Grim reaper. What is symbolized by scythe?

What are the words which indicate that the murder of Maurice is an unintentional one happened due to sudden impulse?

What is the overall tone of the stanza four?

Name two literary devices found in the first line of the forth stanza

Who are referred to as "we" in stanza four, line three?

What is the name of the literary device in which a part of something represents the whole object in a metaphorical sense?

Farewell to barn and Stack and Tree – A.E Housman (Stanza Three)

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"the field" is a singular noun, why is it complemented by a plural verb "were"?

What is suggested by the "rising day"?

What is the purpose of including a mother to the poem?

What is the effect of the simple past tense verb in the third line?

What is the overall tone of the stanza Three?

Who are referred to as "us"?

What are the two themes suggested in the stanza three?

What is the poetic devise used in "'tis"?

What is suggested by the repetition of the possessive pronoun 'my' between the stanza two and three?

What is the relationship between the murderer and his victim? How do you find it?

Farewell to barn and Stack and Tree – A.E Housman (Stanza Two)

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Definition of euphemism is..

What is the time indicated in the second stanza

What is the prominent poetic technique used in the 3rd line?

What are the three evidence available in the stanza two to prove that Maurice is dead?

What is the prominence of the possessive pronoun in the 4th line?

what is emphasized by the use of anastrophe in the 3rd line?

What characteristics of the narrator are revealed in the second line?

According the description of the narrator, at what time has the murder taken place?

What is figuratively suggested by the 'half-mown' hill?

Why does the narrator not reveal the death of Maurice directly in the 3rd and 4th lines?


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“He is in Melbourne now.” what is suggested by Eve's father's utterance about the priest?

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What does the colours of the houses symbolize in the 2nd paragraph?

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What theme is introduced to the story by the omission of the names of the people?

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