Never-Ending Book Quiz
The second verse of Houseman's poem On Wenlock Edge is speaking of the wind.
"'Twould blow like this through holt and hanger
When Uricon the city stood:
'Tis the old wind in the old anger,
But then it threshed another wood."
A holt is a small wood, or copse. In the context of this poem, what is a hanger?
Choose the correct answer:a small sword a storage shed a steep wooded hillside a hook
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