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War Is Kind

War Is Kind


by Stephen Crane

War Is Kind: War. What Is it Good For? Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around War Is Kind? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Which of the following best describes the battle-god's kingdom?

A giant mansion
A chateau on the moon
A small hut
A field with a thousand corpses
Q. How does the speaker see the soldiers?

As born to drill and die
As unique individuals
As a bunch of jerks
As brave young men
Q. To what does "unexplained glory" refer?

A boat
A really hard crossword puzzle
A flag
The White House
Q. What word does the speaker use to describe the battle-god?

Q. What color is the eagle's crest in the fourth stanza?

Black and Yellow
Blue and Gold
Red and Gold
It has no color