Edward Lowbury has presented ruthless fate that turns a hunter into a prey in his wonderful poem ‘The Huntsman’. However, if we see closely we find the character to be destiny for it is neither spear nor sword but Kagwa’s own wagging (moving side to side) tongue that paves (covers) the way for his final ruin. He lets it loose when it must have been bridled. It is what may be called the golden moral…"The Huntsman, Critical Comments:"
The Huntsman: Edward Lowbury: Explanation lines (1-6): Reference: These lines have been taken from the poem ‘ The Huntsman’ written by Edward Lowbury. Context: The poet describes the cause of death of the hunter whose skull was in the forest. Kagwa, a hunter, found a skull in a forest. He told the king. The king asked his guards to go with Kagwa and verify his words. The guards searched the talking skull but didn’t find.…"Notes for BA English : The Huntsman, Explanation"