Rudyard Kipling's Verse - The King's Task through The Marred Drives of Windsor Summary & Analysis

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The King's Task through The Marred Drives of Windsor Summary

The poem "A Truthful Song," addresses the idea that things do not change much in the way that common jobs, such as laying bricks or building ships, are done. In "A Smuggler's Song," a smuggler tells his wife to look the other way and not ask questions when she sees things she does not understand. He warns her that if she asks questions, she will be told lies. The poem, "The Juggler's Song" is a poem written by a person who works as a crowd pleasing, awe-inspiring juggler.

The poem "The Runes of Weland's Sword," tells of the terrible things that a sword can help men do. The poem "The Four Angels" speaks of the fall of Adam and the stages of this fall as if these...

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