The Huntsman by Edward Lowbury – Stanza One

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

What is the dominant tense of the 1st stanza?

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


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