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GREAT AMERICAN AUTHORS
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to the American volunteers? 7. To whom does the word "soldier" in the same stanza refer? 8. Find somethinb in the fourth stanza which tells you that "the horseman" was a British soldier. 9. Why is the English flag called "silken-fringed red cross"? 10. What is meant by the word "her" in the last stanza? Who are "her martyrs"? 11. What is the "starry fold"? 12. What is meant by "eable" in the last
stanza? 13. What is the "fair emblem her heroes have won"? 14. How does the last stanza apply to our heroes of the World War? 15.Notice the interestina riming scheme in this poem. As you read the poem aloud, notice the pleasing effect produced by the two-syllabled rime in the first and third lines of every stanza. 16. Read the stanza that you think the picture on page 412 illustrates. What other lines might the artist have chosen for illustrations? 17. Find a copy of Holmes's poems in the library and read "Grandmother's Story of Bunker-Hill Battle." 18. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: spire; death-volley; knell; yeomanry; mustering; reeking; herd; ashes. 19. Proiaounce: plume; prancing; shroudless; tombless.

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