Asleep In The Valley Questions and Answers
Q.1 Describe the Valley.
Ans The valley is small and green.
Q.2 What are the long strands of silver?
Ans The long strands of silver are the bright beaches of the hilly stream.
Q.3 Wherefrom does come the stream?
Ans The stream comes from the peak of the mountain
Q4 “they fill the hollow full of light.” – What do fill the hollow ?
Ans Sunlight from the mountaintop fill the hollow.
What does the poet say of a soldier ?
ans A soldier, very young, lies dead open-mouthed on the grassy field with two bullet injuries.
Q.6 ‘Asleep’-who is asleep and where ?
Ans A very young dead soldier seems asleep in thick bushes and plants.
Q.7 How is the bed of the dead soldier?
Ans The bed of the dead soldier is green with grass and warm in sunlight.
Q8 Where are the feet of the dead soldier?
Ans The feet of the dead soldier are covered with flowers.
Q.9 Why does the poet ask Nature to keep the dead soldier warm?
Ans This is because poet fears that he may catch cold.
Q.10 What does the poet forbid and to which?
Ans The poet forbids the humming insect not to disturb the dead soldier.
How does the dead soldier remain asleep?
ns The dead soldier remains asleep in sunlight with his mouth open and one hand on his own breast.
Q.12 What are the two red holes ?
Ans The two red holes are the two bleeding wound caused by two bullets.
Q. 13 What is the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ about?
Ans The poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ by Arthur Rimbaud is about war and the death of an innocent young soldier.
Q.14 In which army was the poet Rimbaud ?
Ans The poet Rimbaud was a soldier in the Dutch Colonial Army in 1876.
Q.15 Where does the slow stream flow?
Ans The slow stream flows through a small green valley.
Q. 16 Wherefrom do the sun rays stream?
Ans The sun rays stream from the top of the mountain.
Q.17 What do the sun rays do?
Ans The sun rays fill the hollow space of the valley with its bright light.
10 18 What does the poet request nature?
Ans The poet appeals to nature to keep the soldier warm otherwise he may catch cold.
Q.19 What does the smile of the soldier look like?
Ans The smile of the slodier looks gentle, pure and very innocent just like a child.
IQ 20 Who lies on the valley?
Ans A very young wounded soldier lies on the valley.
Q.21 Why has the stream been described as ‘slow’ ?
Ans The stream flows slow because of its grassy strands.
Q.22 Why does the soldier lie stretched?
Ans The soldier lies stretched because he is dead.
Q.23 What does the stretched body indicate ?
Ans The stretched body of the soldier indicates that he is lifeless and his muscles have become stiff.
Q.24 What did the young soldier die of?
Ans The young soldier died of firing by the enemy.
Q.25 Why can’t the humming insects disturb the sleep of the soldier ?
Ans The humming insects can’t disturb the sleep of the soldier as he is not alive, he is dead.
Q.26 How does the young soldier sleep?
ns The young soldier sleeps stretched, open-mouthed in the bushes, keeping his head on a heap of fern and one hand on his breast and legs among the flower.
Q.27 How is the brutality of war expressed in the poem ?
Ans The brutality of war is expressed in describing the bullet wounds as two red holes.
Q.28 What pains the reader at the end of the poem ?
Ans The marks of two red holes in the side of the young innocent soldier pains the reader.
Q. 29 On which bed does the innocent soldier lie ?
Ans The pale unfortunate soldier lies on the warm, sunsoaked bed of green grass among the bushes.
Q.30 “His smile/ls like an infant’s”-Whose smile is compared to the smile of an infant ?
Ans The smile of the young innocent soldier is compared to the smile of an innocent infant.
Q.31 What else are there in the valley other than the dead body of the innocent soldier ?
Ans Besides the dead body of the innocent soldier, there
are also green grass, flowers, bushes, a slow stream and the humming insects in the valley.
Q 32 “The humming insects don’t desturb his rest”- What rest is mentioned here?
Ans The eternal rest (that is death) of the innocent soldier is mentioned here.
Q33 “The humming insects don’t disturb his rest” – How do the insects hum?
ns The humming sound of the insects is produced when they vibrate their wings at the time of flying.
Q.34 What is the background of the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’?
Ans The poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ was written in the background of the European war of the 1870’s when France was at war with Russia.
Q.35 “He sleeps in sunlight, one hand on his breast ; At peace.”-Why does the soldier lie in peace?
Ans The soldier lies in peace as he has no more tension of war.
Q.36 What does the opening line of the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ tell us ?
Ans The opening line of the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ tells us of a small green valley where a stream gurgles slowly.
Q.37 “………leaves long strands of silver on the bright Grass.”- What does this line suggest?
Ans Thequotedline suggests thatinasmall, green valley, a slow stream flows, leaving long silver marks on its grassy strands.
Q.38 he may catch cold”- What does the poet want to say here?
Ans Here the poet wants to say ironically that nature will not be able to maintain the normal body temperature of the soldier as he is dead.
Q.39 What does the expression heavy undergrowth’ suggest?
Ans The expression ‘heavy undergrowth’ refers to the bushes and plants among which the soldier lies dead.
Q.40 How many lines and divisions are there in the poem ?
Ans Asa sonnet, the poem has 14 lines divided into four parts.
Q.41 What is the subject matter of the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ of Arthur Rimbaud ?
Ans The subject matter of the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ of Arthur Rimbaud is the futility of war.
42 How does the stream flowing the valley look like?
ns The stream flowing through the valley looks like long strands of silver.
Q.43 What are the sunrays compared with ?
Ans The sunrays are compared with a softly flowing stream.
Q.44 “He may catch cold.”-Who is ‘he’ referred to here? Why does the poet fear so ?
Ans ‘He’ referred to here is the dead soldier whose body has been kept in the open air.
The poet fears so because the soldier is sleeping under the open sky.
Q.45 What does the poet ask Nature to do?
Ans The poet requests Nature to take pity on the soldier sleeping in the valley and provide him warmth so that he may not catch cold.
Q. 46 How do you know that the valley is rich in its flora and fauna?
Ans The valley has various flowers, different species of plants and insects which prove that its flora and fauna are quite rich.
10 47 How can it be said that the soldier is sleeping in peace ?
Ans The soldier is supposed to be sleeping in the sunrays. He is not disturbed either by the humming of insects or by cold weather as he rests his hand on his breasts and sleeps in peace.
Q.48 What does the ‘sun-soaked bed suggest?
Ans The expression ‘sun-soaked bed’ suggests that the valley gets the warm rays of the sun and green vegetation grows there in plenty.
Q.49 How can it he said that ‘Asleep In The Valley’ is an anti-war poem?
Ans ‘Asleep In The Valley’ is an anti-war poem in the sense that the ending of the poem evokes our pity at the untimely and unfortunate death of a young soldier.
Q.50 How does the stream look like in the poem ‘Asleep in the Valley’ ?
Ans The stream in the poem, “Asleep in the Valley’ looks silvery
Where does the stream leave ‘long strands of silver’?
Ans The stream leaves ‘long strands of silver’ on the bright grass.
Q.52 What is described as ‘gentle, without guile’ ?
Ans The innocence of the soldier is described as ‘gentle, without guile’.
Q.1 Explain title of the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ and justify it. Or, Justify the title of the poem “Asleep In The Valley”, [XII’15] Or, In what sense the word ‘asleep’ is used? How has the poet used this in a different sense to indicate the title of the poem?
Ans According to the O.E.D, the word ‘asleep’ means in a state of sleep. Naturally, someone sleeping in the valley is indicated here. In his poem, Arthur Rimbaud draws a vivid scene of a green beautiful valley in the opening quatrain. There on “A soldier, very young, lies open-mouthed.” He seems to ‘sleep’ in the poet’s description, on a pillow made of fern, on a bed, green and warm, under sunlight. His body is stretched in the heavy undergrowth and feet are covered with flowers.
Here two expressions are important and these are ‘asleep’ and ‘in the valley’-‘Asleep in the Valley’. But the poet’s real meaning is not ‘asleep’ but ‘dead’. He strikes this in the concluding lines of the poem
“He sleeps in sunlight, one hand on his breast, At peace. In his side there are two red holes.”
The whole truth comes out here. It is a young soldier, lying dead and quiet in a pleasant and graceful valley. The title is quite befitting and presented elegantly with a novel suggestiveness. [173 words]
Q.2 What is the theme or central theme of the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’?
Or, ‘Asleep In The Valley’ is a poem about war-about the futility of war-Discuss briefly.
Ans Rimbaud’s poem Asleep In The Valley, initially presents a lovely natural scene. This is of a green valley wherethrough flows a stream. The bright sunlight, streaming from the mountain top, fills and brightens the valley. But this is not the entire aspect of the poem. The
poem introduces thereafter, a very young soldier who seems to remain asleep on the valley. But he is not asleep. He actually lies dead, hit by two bloody bullet shots. He looks all innocent and pure, gentle and without guile. But he is not spared by the brutal blow of war. This is what war has made of him. The theme of the poem, which is all of the futility of war, is struck here. (121 words ]
Q.3 Examine Arthur Rimbaud’s ‘Asleep In The Valley’ as a war-poem. Or, How far is ‘Asleep In The Valley’ an antiwar poem?
Ans A war-poem is one that deals with war. It treats generally war from a humane angle. It reveals as such both the honour and the horror of war. An anti-war poem particularly has the latter function. It exposes ruthlessly the brutal business of war. Arthur Rimbaud’s Asleep In The Valley is a war-poemrather an anti-war poem. That war is a big slaughter-house for young, prospective soldiers is demonstrated here. The poem presents the scene of a helpless young victim of war amid a lovely and graceful natural setting. A soldier, very young, lies dead on a warm, graceful, sunlit valley. Two bloody bullets have pierced his body and killed him. He looks all innocent, pure, simple and guileless. Yet war has not spared him. This is the horror of war—its utter futility. [134 words ]
Q4 Bring out the natural scenery described in the beginning of the poem ‘Asleep in The Valley.
Or, “A small green valley…..” Describe the natural scene indicated here.
Ans The scene is stated in the first stanza of Rimbaud’s poem Asleep In The Valley. This is a small valley between high hills. Fresh green grass grows all over here the valley. A slender hilly stream flows through it. The beaches of the stream look all bright in the dazzling sunlight. Even the green grassy valley is brightened. The sun shines sparklingly from the top of the mountain. This sparkling sunlight fills the entire valley between hills. [77 words ]
Q.5 Describe after Arthur Rimbaud, the soldier, asleep in the valley.
Or, ‘A soldier, very young,’ -Describe the condition of the soldier. Indicate how far the picture of the tragedy serves to bring out the pitiful tragedy of war.
Ans The second quatrain of the poem Asleep In The Valley, begins with a reference to a young soldier lying in the valley.
“A soldier, very young, lies open-mouthed.”
A young, rather very young soldier, lies on the valley with his open mouth. His head is on a pillow of possibly fern leaves. His body is stretched to the thick undergrowth. His feet are covered with wild flowers. This young soldier seems asleep. But he is actually dead, slain by the two bullets piercing his body at the battle-field. With one hand on his breast, he is now in eternal sleep.
But the poet does not stop here. The soldier is quite young. This prospective pure, young life, at the prime of his age, has been ruthlessly cut short by his untimely death in war. The poet brings out through this horrified scene of the young soldier lying dead, with bloody bullet marks, amidst a lovely valley of natural beauty the utter horror of war. [164 words)
Q. 6 In his side, there are two red holes” What is indicated here? Bring out the significance precisely and clearly?[3+3=6]
Ans The poet refers here to the two bloody wounds visible on the side of the young soldier lying dead on a pleasant, warm valley. The soldier mentioned, is possibly the victim of two bullet shots fired on him by his enemy during their encounter . So he lies dead with those bullet wounds on his body.
These bullet marks are of much significance in Rimbaud’s poem. They signify the marks of death caused by war. The young soldier lies as a hapless victim of war. “two red holes’ well demonstrate the dreadful marks of death, inflicted on him by war. [99 words ]
0.7 Show how Arthur Rimbaud has successfully used the sonnet form in his war poem ‘Asleep
In The Valley’. Or, Write a precise critical note on Arthur Rimbaud’s ‘Asleep In The Valley’ as a sonnet.
Ans A sonnet is a short poem of fourteen lines. This has two popular types. One is the Patrarchan Italian type. This has two unequal divisions of eight lines and six lines. The first eight lines form the octave and the last six lines, the sestet.
The second type has four divisions — three quatrains and a concluding couplet . This is the Shakespearean or English type.
Arthur Rimbaud’s Asleep In The Valley belongs to the first group of the sonnet i.e., the Italian sonnet. Of course, the Octave here has here two quatrains while the sestet has also two divisions of three lines each. Moreover, the rhyme scheme here is not regular as in a Petrarchan type. In fact, this seems to be an irregular Petrarchan sonnet.
The poet, of course, well manages [144 words ] to expose war with all its horror and pity. Arthur Rimbaud-এর
the form of the sonnet
Q.8 Write precisely and illustratively a note on the technique of the poem, bringing out in particular, the use of imagery.
Ans Arthur Rimbaud’s ‘Asleep In The Valley’ is a short-poem of fourteen lines in the form of a Petrarchan
sonnet, although practically it is not such. Yet, its technique is well directed to express the grim tragedy of war through a sonnet form, What is more, the technique of the poem must well the use of imagery and personification.
The poet presents imagery, perfect and clear from the very beginning. This opens with an almost life like scene of a grassy valley between hills, a hilly stream and the bright sunlight from the mountaintop. The first four lines are, indeed, worth quoting here :
A small green valley where a slow stream flows And leaves long strands of silver on the bright Grass; from the mountaintop stream the Sun’s
Rays; they fill the hollow full of light. Indeed, the whole description is vivid and complete. This imagery is followed by another one in the very next quatrain. This is of a soldier, very young. He lies open-mouthed, fast asleep. His head is on a pillow, made of fern leaves. His body is stretched to the heavy undergrowth. The fellow looks ‘pale in his warm, green, sun-soaked bed.’ Here, again, the imagery is perfect, complete in itself.
The sestet brings in the imagery of the hard truth of the poem. This is of the brutal business of war. The soldier is not actually sleeping. He lies dead, with one hand on his breast’ and ‘two red holes’ in his side.
0.9 What picture of war do you get in the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley by Arthur Rimbaud?
Ans The horror of warfare is vividly revealed in the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ by Arthur Rimbaud. The poem begins with a beautiful view of a valley where a soldier is found sleeping. However, at the end of the poem, it is revealed that the soldier has two bullet injuries on his body. He is a victim of war. The poem implies the death of the soldier in the battle field. His rest or sleep is in exact opposition to his grim death in the war. The poem ironically presents the monstrous destruction that war causes,
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Q.10 Give a description of the Valley after Arthur Rimbaud.
Ans The poet Arthur Rimbaud gives a beautiful picture of a valley in his poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’. The vegetation of the valley is nourished by the sunlight and the sparkling waters of the silvery rivulet that flows softly at its will beautifying the valley. The entire valley looks bright and charming as the sunlight fills up the place. Ferns grow in plenty and the soldier lying asleep in the valley has a pillow of ferns under his head. There is also a wide variety of flowers of various colours. Moreover, there are also various species of insects. They sweetly hum near the soldier. The landscape is so charming that the readers receive a rude shock when he comes to know that the soldier is actually dead. [127 words!
Q.11 Write a note on the imagery used by Rimbaud in his peom, ‘Asleep In The Valley’.
ns The poet Rimbaud uses imagery to describe the beauties of nature in this poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’. The valley is as it were a green hollow. The slow stream flows through the valley like a long silvery ribbon. The sunlight comes down from the mountaintop like a stream and illuminates the valley. The grass covers the area where a soldier is lying. Ferns grow in plenty in the valley and they make a pillow for the soldier to rest his head. The humming insects are all around. The imagery well covers the young soldier. He is compared to an innocent child. His smile is also innocent as that of a child. But at the end of the poem a shocking imagery is presented. The bullet injuries that the soldier bears on his body are compared with red roses. Therefore, the imageries as used by the poet are not only decorative but also functional and add to the attraction of
the poem. [162 words]
Q12 Is like an infant’s”—whose smile is referred to here? Why is his smile compared with that of an infant? How does nature treat him?
Ans The smile of a soldier, who is sleeping peacefully in the valley is referred to here.
The soldier retains a beautiful innocent smile on his face His face bears no trace of trickery . His smiling face indicates that he has got a chance to take rest after a strenuous struggle during his sleep. This makes his face as innocent as that of an innocent child.
•Nature provides a sun-soaked bed for the tired soldier and supports his head by a pillow made of ferns. Moreover, flowers are at his feet to show respect to the deceased soldier. Various insects are humming near as of [108 words ] to pray for him.
Q.13 “In his side there are two red holes”What do the ‘two red holes’ indicate? How is horror of war reflected in the line? What are the themes suggested in the poem?
Ans The ‘two red holes’ mentioned in the poem refer to two bullet injuries received by the soldier in the battle.
The line reveals the horror of war. The soldier who sleeps in peace in the valley in a perfectly picturesque setting is presented to bring out the sense of pity among the readers because the soldier is actually no more in
this world. The two bullet wounds have brought the end of his life.
The theme of the poem is undoubtedly the futility of war. The tragic end of a soldier is the grim inevitability of war, that is dreadful. [100 words)
Q.14 The poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ is revolved round two contrasting pictures. – Discuss the use of two contrasting pictures in the poem.
ns The poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ revolves round two pictures. They contrast with each other. The beautiful hollow of the valley is contrasted with two deep holes in the soldier’s body.
There is a flood of sunlight in the small green valley and a small stream flows through it. The beauty of the valley is enhanced by a variety of flowers and insects hum continuously in this valley. There is such a peaceful atmosphere that the soldier is fast asleep. It is presumed the tired soldier is taking rest for a while.
But such a beautiful picture is contrasted with the awful picture of the soldier at the end. There are two bloody holes on his body. They are actually the marks of bullet injuries. The serene atmosphere is spoiled by the horrors of war. The warmth of the sun and the abundance of vegetation found in the valley are contrasted with the chill of death. Such contrasting pictures evoke a sense of horror for war and the pity for the victim. 1173 words /
Q.15 What is the background of the poem “Asleep In The Valley”? Give a comparison used in the poem? Are there any other comparison in the poem? [3+1+2=6]
ns The poem calls up Rimbaud’s first-hand experience about the horrors of war. He describes the dead soldier enjoying his eternal sleep after the horrendous and hazards of battle. This is the background of the poem.
The poet has used a comparison in the poem that evokes pity in us. The smile of the soldier who has been enjoying his eternal sleep seems to be the smile of an innocent child. The comparison is ironical as a dead person cannot smile.
There are other comparisons like the rays of the sun flowing like a stream or the abundant growth of fern trees
that support the soldier’s head like a pillow.
Q. 16 Describe the soldier, asleep in the valley.
Ans A young soldier sprawls himself on a ground covered with grass in the valley amidst plants and trees. He sleeps with his mouth open. His head lies on the pillow made of fern. Sunlight rains down on his bed of
grass. When he is dozing, his feet are on the heap of flowers. His face bears an innocent child’s smile. He is asleep on the lap of beautiful nature. However, he is cold. Bees are humming around him, but they will never be able to awaken him. He is sleeping in the sun-soaked bed with one of his hands on the chest. Two bullet injuries marked by blood are found in one side of his body. This is the evidence of his demise from this living world.
1017 Evaluate Asleep In The Valley’ as an anti-war
poem. Or, How is Arthur Rimbaud’s attitude against war revealed in his poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’?
Ans The poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ by Arthur Rimbaud is about a young soldier who is lying asleep in a beautiful green sunlit valley. The soldier is dead and he will never awake from his eternal sleep. While the soldier naps, his feet are on the heap of flowers. He seems to smile like an innocent child. He is cold because he is no more alive. In spite of that the poet asks Nature to make the ground around him warm. Nothing will awake him. He sleeps in the warmth of the sun. Thus the poet encounters the chill of death with the warm sunlight. Death is countered by the growth and existence of bushes, flowers and plants. Thus the poem proclaims the futility of war with the contrast of life. Nature has spread not withstanding the ravages of war and cosequent casualties. The poet’s latent anger against war is thus evident in the poem. (155 words ]
Q.18 How does the picture of the soldier describe the tragedy of war?
Ans In the poem, ‘Asleep In The Valley’, a young soldier is lying asleep in a peaceful green small valley bathed in the sunlight. The innocent smile in the face of the soldier indicates that he is innocent and pure. The guile of has not contaminated his soul. The sunlight is raining on him. The valley is cradling him warmly. Yet, neither of these can awake him from his eternal sleep. But the soldier, nipped in bud represents death. This is the pity of war and [90 words ] W the horrors associated with it.
Q.19 Do you agree that the word ‘Asleep’ is used in an ironical way by the poet in the poem? Illustrate your option.
Ans The poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ is titled in an ironical way. Irony lies in the word ‘asleep’. In the poem a young soldier seems to be sleeping to remove his tiredness. The word ‘asleep’ is very suggestive of the happy state of the soldier at the end of a war. Nature protects him from catching cold and provides bed and pillow to ensure a happy sound sleep. But soon the truth is clear. The soldier is not
enjoying the healing effect of sleep. He is actually dead by the bullet injuries in war. Through the ironical use of the word ‘asleep’ the poet suggests that death is [II] words] inevitable in war
“A soldier, very young, lies open-mouthed,” 1020 What is the perspective of the poem? Who is the soldier? How is he sleeping ? How is the place where he sleeps ? [2+1+2+1]
ns Arthur Rimbaud wrote the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ when he was very young. He himself was a soldier belonging to the Dutch Colonial Army. He had a first hand experience of war and realized the futility as well as cruelty of war.
The soldier described in the poem is a victim of war and lies dead in a beautiful valley.
The soldier is sleeping in a sunlit valley. The valley is surrounded by mountains. His bed is warm after soaking the sunlight that protects the soldier from catching cold. He lies his head on a pillow of ferns. His feet are among the flowers that grow in the valley. He has one hand on his breast and he is sleeping in an undisturbed manner. He has an innocent smile on his lips and it appears that he is enjoying a peaceful sleep. [143 words |
Q21 “The humming insects do not disturb him.”Who is not disturbed by the insects? How is his body kept warm? What is his actual state? [2+2+2=61
Ans The soldier who is asleep in the valley is not disturbed by the humming insects.
Nature helps the soldier to keep his body warm. For his peaceful sleep a bed of grass is provided. The grass has soaked the heat of the sun and the bed has, therefore, become more comfortable. He is expected to get the vitality from the sun so as not to catch cold.
•In reality the soldier is not sleeping. He is dead. His body is getting cold and even the excessive warmth of the sun cannot wake him up. He is lying innocently with one of his hands on his breast. The two bullet-injuries on his side look horrible. The humming sound of the insects fail to wake him as he is in external sleep. [130 words ]
Q.22 “A soldier, very young, lies open-mouthed.”Who is the ‘soldier’ referred to here? Narrate in your own words how the soldier lies in the valley. (Xll-’16] [2+4=6]
Ans The soldier, referred to here in the poem ‘Asleep In The Valley’ by Arthur Rimbaud is a victim of war and lies dead in a beautiful valley.
The valley is sunlit and surrounded with mountains. The soldier’s bed is warm after soaking the sunlight that
prevents him from catching cold. He seems sleeping placing his head on a pillow of ferns. His feet are among the flowers that grow in the valley. He has placed one of his hands on his breast. He sleeps in an undisturbed manner. He has an innocent smile on his lips. It appears that he is peacefully sleeping. [103 words ]
Q.23 “In his side there are two red holes.”-Who is the person referred to here? What do the two red holes’ signify? What attitude of the poet to war is reflected here? [XII`17] [1+2+3]
Ans A young soldier who is sleeping his eternal sleep in the valley is referred to here.
• ‘The two red holes’ mentioned here are actually the bullet wounds. The soldier had received wounds in the war front and these fatal wounds are the cause of his untimely and unfortunate death.
• The line reveals the pity of war. Rimbaud had first hand experience of war. In warfare, the youth become the ‘inevitable’ victims. Rimbaud understood the futility of war. Therefore the soldier who sleeps happily in the valley in a perfect picturesque setting is presented to bring out the sense of pity in the readers because he is actually dead. The two bullet wounds [115 words] have ended his life.
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