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RING OUT, WILD BELLS
ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON

during the new year? 6. What do you think the poet meant by "sweeter manners"? What does the mention of "sweeter manners" and "purer laws" in the same line tell you of the importance of manners? Read what Tennyson tells us about manners in another poem and see if this will help you to understand:

" For manners are not idle, but the fruit
Of loyal nature and of noble mind."

7. What does the poet hope will prevent "the feud of rich and poor"? Can you show that this feud is with us still? 8. How does Tenxiyson describe his own poetry in the fifth stanza? 9. What does he mean by a"fuller minstrel"? 10. What things does the poet hope will remove men's false pride and their petty jealousies? 11. Why does the poet describe "lust of gold" as "narrowing"? 12. What organizations in your city or county are helping to "Ring out old shapes of foul disease"? 13. What attempt is being made in the world today to secure "a thousand years of peace"? 14. What is meant by "the darkness of the land"? 15. How does the public school help to "ring out" this darkness? 16. Name some other false things not mentioned in this poem that are found in the world. 17. What should take the place of these? 18. Why is this poem appropriate for Armistice Day? 19. Listen while the poem is read aloud by a good reader. 20. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: saps; mankind; modes; spite; common. 21. Pronounce: redress; valiant.

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ONE COUNTRY
FRANK LEBBY STANTON

After all,
One country, brethren! We must rise or fall
With the Supreme Republic. We must be
The makers of her immortality
Her freedom, fame,
Her glory, or her shame;
Liegemen to God and fathers of the free!

After all
Hark! from the heights the clear, strong, clarion call
And the command imperious: "Stand forth,
Sons of the South and brothers of the North !
Stand forth and be As one on soil and sea
Your country's honor more than empire's worth!"

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