- 1 What did Robert Service write?
- 2 When did Robert W Service die?
- 3 What does gold represent in The Spell of the Yukon?
- 4 What type of historian is Robert Service?
- 5 When you’re lost in the wild and scared as a child?
- 6 Why was Robert W service known as the Bard of the Yukon?
- 7 When was the Cremation of Sam McGee written?
- 8 Is The Cremation of Sam McGee based on a true story?
- 9 How do you spell with?
What did Robert Service write?
Robert W. Service
|Occupation||Writer, poet, Canadian Great North adventurer|
|Alma mater||University of Glasgow, and McGill University|
|Notable works||Songs of a Sourdough, Rhymes of a Red Cross Man, The Trail of ’98|
When did Robert W Service die?
Service, in full Robert William Service, (born January 16, 1874, Preston, Lancashire, England—died September 11, 1958, Lancieux, France), popular verse writer called “the Canadian Kipling” for rollicking ballads of the “frozen North,” notably “The Shooting of Dan McGrew.”
What does gold represent in The Spell of the Yukon?
The perspective provided in ‘The Spell of the Yukon‘ is that of an extremely lucky prospector. When word of the gold discovered in Klondike reached the rest of North America, prospectors moved for the Yukon as quickly as they could get there.
What type of historian is Robert Service?
Robert John Service FBA (born 29 October 1947) is a British historian, academic, and author who has written extensively on the history of the Soviet Union, particularly the era from the October Revolution to Stalin’s death.
When you’re lost in the wild and scared as a child?
When you‘re lost in the Wild, and you‘re scared as a child, And Death looks you bang in the eye, And you‘re sore as a boil, it’s according to Hoyle.
Why was Robert W service known as the Bard of the Yukon?
He worked on a ranch and as a bank teller in Vancouver Island six years after the Gold Rush, gleaning material that would inform his poetry for years to come and earn him his reputation as “Bard of the Yukon.” Service traveled widely throughout his life—to Hollywood, Cuba, Alberta, Paris, Louisiana, and elsewhere—and
When was the Cremation of Sam McGee written?
The Cremation of Sam McGee, ballad by Robert Service, published in Canada in 1907 in Songs of a Sourdough (U.S. title, The Spell of the Yukon, and Other Verses). A popular success upon publication, this exaggerated folktale about a pair of Yukon gold miners was reprinted 15 times in its first year.
Is The Cremation of Sam McGee based on a true story?
Reality behind the fiction
I cremated Sam McGee. Although the poem was fiction, it was based on people and things that Robert Service actually saw in the Yukon. (Although a boat named Alice May sank on Lake Laberge, that happened a decade after the publication of the poem.)
How do you spell with?
How Do You Spell WITH? Correct spelling for the English word “With” is [wˈɪð], [wˈɪð], [w_ˈɪ_ð] (IPA phonetic alphabet).