Why does Kaspar say that the skull was of some poor fellow?

QuestionsWhy does Kaspar say that the skull was of some poor fellow?
krishanu dhar asked 1 year ago

”Tis some poor fellow’s skull,’ said he,

Why does the speaker in Robert Southey’s poem ‘After Blenheim‘ say that the skull was of some ‘poor fellow’?

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Jayanta Kumar Maity Staff answered 1 year ago

Kaspar says that the skull was of some poor fellow because it was a skull of one of those unfortunate soldiers who died in the Battle of Blenheim — “who fell in the great victory“.

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manan answered 1 month ago

Kaspar says that the skull was of a poor fellow because he thought that the skull was of man who died in Battle of Blenheim from the opponent side.

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NAVJOT answered 1 week ago

Kaspar says that skull was of poor fellow who died in great victory or the man who fell down in famous victory 

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