Posted by JayJay on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 8:04pm.
What is the effect of the speaker’s many exclamation points and imperative statements in “Beat! Beat! Drums!”?
They create a gentle tone.
They create a hesitant tone.
They create a light-hearted tone.
They create an insistent tone. <-----
The images in the second stanza of “Beat! Beat! Drums!” mostly describe
peaceful country days.
hoped-for future days. <---
busy city days.
revered past days.
Of what are the Ohio farm’s fields in autumn symbols in “Come Up from the Fields Father”?
of gladness for life’s bounty
of sorrow for life’s injustices
of grief for life’s end
of pride for life’s riches<----
“In Flanders Fields” expresses the speaker’s belief that
war and its horrors are wrong and evil.
the war is necessary and the army’s cause is just. <-------
soldiers cannot comprehend why they must die.
memories of a happy childhood can sustain a soldier during war.
How does the speaker in Wilfred Owen’s “Dulce et Decorum Est” feel about people who romanticize war and celebrate its violence?
He admires them.
He agrees with them.
They amuse him.
They disgust him. <------
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