Select the correct answer. which theme is evident in this excerpt from alfred lord tennyson’s narrative poem “the charge of the light brigade”? “forward, the light brigade! ” was there a man dismayed? not though the soldier knew someone had blundered. theirs not to make reply, theirs not to reason why, theirs but to do and die. into the valley of death rode the six hundred. a. the folly of ambition and greed b. the inability of humans to face death c. the heroism of unquestioning sacrifice d. the futility of obedience
C) the heroism of unquestioning sacrifice.
Explanation: In the given excerpt from the poem "The Charge of the Light Brigade" by Alfred Lord Tennyson, we can see the develop of the theme of heroism of unquestioning sacrifice, because the poem talks about a brigade of soldiers that without questioning or asking for reasons, they went to the battle willing to give their lives, we can see this in the lines "Theirs not to make reply, Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do and die."
An evident theme in this excerpt from Alfred Lord Tennyson’s narrative poem “The Charge of the Light Brigade” Is:
the heroism of unquestioning sacrifice
The reason behind this answer is that in the fragment we can understand that there is a battle and that the men received an order that they executed without any question or doubt. But we don't get information about greed, about how humans are unable to ace death or about the futility to die. Because they never questioned it, they just accomplished i.
For your question, the answer would be; "C. The heroism of unquestioning sacrifice". This is because the poem tells the story of a brigade consisting of 600 soldiers who rode on horseback into the “valley of death” for half a league. They were obeying a command to charge the enemy forces that had been seizing their guns.
As they didn't questioned, rather they accepted their orders with honor