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 3 years 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 3 years 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 2 years 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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Swayumjit ray answered 1 year ago

Kasper says that the skull was of some poor fellow because it was the skull of unfortunate soldier or may be the skull of poor man who died in the Battle of Blenheim by the opponent which was known as the great victory


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Swapnil answered 3 weeks ago

Kaspar says that the skull was of some ‘poor fellow’ because the skull might be of an innocent person or a brave soldier who lost his/her life in the war of the ‘great victory’.


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