- Why did little Wilhelmine say Twas a very wicked thing?
- What message does the poet want to convey to the readers through the poem after Blenheim?
- Which country is referred to in the poem after Blenheim?
- What is the main message of the road not taken?
- What is the refrain in the poem after Blenheim?
- What does the reference a Childing mother signify?
- What is the irony in the poem after Blenheim?
- What is the message of the poem?
- What are the literary devices used in the poem after Blenheim?
- Which famous victory is being referred to in the extract?
- Why did the boy stood expectant?
- What is the moral or message of the poem?
- Whats does irony mean?
- What is the significance of the repetition of the words famous victory in the poem?
- What is the message of the poem be the best?
Why did little Wilhelmine say Twas a very wicked thing?
Wilhelmine’s words “twas a very wicked thing” are ironic because although she innocently is telling the truth, but her grandfather says she is wrong.
She, a child will never understand issues of war and death but the poet makes her his mouthpiece to comment on war..
What message does the poet want to convey to the readers through the poem after Blenheim?
The poem ‘After Blenheim’ is an anti-war peom. The poet through this peom wants to convey us how meaningless wars are and how unnecessarily everything is lost by everybody, yet after the battle everyone used to praise only the victory of it and forget all about the sacrifices and suffering..
Which country is referred to in the poem after Blenheim?
The country referred to is Blenheim, which is the English name for the German village of Blindheim, situated on the left bank of the Danube River in Bavaria in Southern Germany. It refers to the death and destruction caused by the war. 2. What did the speaker say about the effects of the battle on his own family?
What is the main message of the road not taken?
The poet, Robert Frost, through this poem asserts the importance of the right decision at the right time. In life we have to make our choices; sometimes we have to make these choices without the full understanding of the state of affairs.
What is the refrain in the poem after Blenheim?
Answer. a) The refrain in the poem after Blenheim is old Kaspar shook his head and talked with a sigh. This indicates that old Kaspar is not happy from talking about the war and refrains himself from doing so.
What does the reference a Childing mother signify?
Ans. Childing mothers mean expectant or pregnant women. The poet specifically mentions these to show the ruthless consequences of war which do not spare the lives of newborn babies or pregnant women. The war is heartless, miserable and brings suffering to innocent people.
What is the irony in the poem after Blenheim?
the irony in this poem is that old man(kaspar) is praising the wars which destructed and damaged so many lives and even his own parents were left homeless due to the war.
What is the message of the poem?
The “moral,” or message, of this poem is presented to us straightforwardly in the third stanza, which offers a sort of summary, or conclusion, to what has come before.
What are the literary devices used in the poem after Blenheim?
The Poetic Devices used in this poem are metaphor, alliteration, metonymy, irony and archaism. The poet wants to emphasise through the repetition of the lines that wars are senseless, futile and evil and that in war there are no winners.
Which famous victory is being referred to in the extract?
The ‘victory’ referred to here is the victory of the English Army in the Battle of Blenheim. The Duke of Marlborough and Prince Eugene were responsible for the victory.
Why did the boy stood expectant?
The phrase ‘poor fellow’ refers to a soldier killed in war. The poet has used the word ‘expectant’ for the boy as it suggests that he is expecting an answer from the old man to his question regarding the identity of the object he has discovered.
What is the moral or message of the poem?
Derived from the Latin term “morālis,” moral means a message conveyed by, or a lesson learned from, a story, a poem, or an event. It is not necessary that the author or the poet has clearly stated it. It can be left for the audiences or the learners to derive.
Whats does irony mean?
1a : the use of words to express something other than and especially the opposite of the literal meaning. b : a usually humorous or sardonic literary style or form characterized by irony. c : an ironic expression or utterance.
What is the significance of the repetition of the words famous victory in the poem?
5. What is the poet’s purpose in using and repeating the words ‘ famous victory ‘ ? Ans. The poet Robert Southey has repeated the words ‘ famous victory ‘ and the main purpose behind it is that he wants to justify that the victory of the English in the battle was really a famous and also a great one.
What is the message of the poem be the best?
The poet teaches us a very important lesson of our life. He wants to convey to us that whatever you want to be or whatever you can be ,just be the best one in that field. The size doesn’t matter of winning and losing , what matter is the best whatever you are. Hope it helps!