Think of triangles and how triangles relate these characters. His questions convey his unhappiness of being mocked, from his point of view his killers and victims appear to be blind, juvenile or ugly.
My spear is custom-built, And my prototype armour Still on the secret list. You're in my way.
Fanthorpe has created a complete inverse of the legendary character. He might have acne, blackheads or even Bad breath for all I could tell, but the dragon-- Well, you could see all his equipment At a glance. Don't you realize that, by being choosy, You are endangering job prospects In the spear- and horse-building industries?
So when this boy turned up, wearing machinery, On a really dangerous horse, to be honest I didn't much fancy him.Is the issue of conquering the same in the painting as in the poem? You're in my way. Paolo Uccello, St. What, in any case, does it matter what You want? He is also affronted by the I was sorry for the bad publicity. It's nice to be Liked, if you know what I mean. I mean, I quite Took to the dragon. Based on the details given and the tone or stance of the speaker in this poem, what do you think is Fanthorpe's opinion of this attitude? Why, I said to myself, should my conqueror Be so ostentatiously beardless, and ride A horse with a deformed neck and square hoofs? Why do you suppose that is? Don't You want to carry out the roles That sociology and myth have designed for you? I don't mind dying Ritually, since I always rise again, But I should have liked a little more blood To show they were taking me seriously. Can being looked at make you the object of conquering, or a victim even? The reader would expect that it would be highly discomforting to be rescued by a hero with this bragging persona. Still, what could I do?