An Irish Airman Foresees His Death
by W.B. Yeats
An Irish Airman Foresees His Death: Up, Up, Up in the Air Quiz
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Q. Where does the speaker think it will all end?
In the clouds above
On a field in Italy somewhere
On the moon
Q. What is another word for "airman"?
A guy made of air
A baseball player
Q. What does the speaker say about the "years behind"?
They're a waste of breath
They were awesome
He can't remember them
He doesn't talk about them
Q. What does the phrase "years behind" refer to?
A cricket team from Northern Ireland
The eleventh century
Q. Where was the speaker driven?
To the Atlantic Ocean
To a tumult in the clouds