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Yökdil Sosyal Bilimleri 2018 Çıkmış Sorular Çöz (Part 7)- Yökdil Paragraf Sorusu Çöz 4

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Soru 1

The tradition of the headless horseman goes back to ancient times, and examples of these phantoms can be found in the earliest German and Scandinavian folklore. According to legend, both rider and horse are said to be pitch black in colour and they can just as easily gallop in the sky as on the ground. The horsemen are sometimes said to be outcasts from the Wild Hunt, or otherwise great chiefs who had the misfortune to lose their heads in battle or were beheaded. A well-known Irish example is the Headless Rider of Castle Sheela, whose story is told in Ghosts in Irish Houses by James Reynolds (1947). Many literary critics have been interested in headless horseman legends and written book-length studies on this topic. Perhaps the most famous book on the topic is The Headless Horseman by American writer, Captain Mayne Reid, published in 1869 and based on an allegedly true case from Texas which the author himself had investigated.

According to the text, Captain Mayne Reid’s The Headless Horseman -------.

A
deals with early Scandinavian folklore
B
tells us about ancient Irish ghost stories
C
is about a group of headless horsemen in Texas
D
is purely a product of the writer’s imagination
E
is based on the writer’s own investigation
Soru 2

The tradition of the headless horseman goes back to ancient times, and examples of these phantoms can be found in the earliest German and Scandinavian folklore. According to legend, both rider and horse are said to be pitch black in colour and they can just as easily gallop in the sky as on the ground. The horsemen are sometimes said to be outcasts from the Wild Hunt, or otherwise great chiefs who had the misfortune to lose their heads in battle or were beheaded. A well-known Irish example is the Headless Rider of Castle Sheela, whose story is told in Ghosts in Irish Houses by James Reynolds (1947). Many literary critics have been interested in headless horseman legends and written book-length studies on this topic. Perhaps the most famous book on the topic is The Headless Horseman by American writer, Captain Mayne Reid, published in 1869 and based on an allegedly true case from Texas which the author himself had investigated.

According to the text, headless horseman ........................

A
is thought to bring bad luck in Irish culture.
B
is a legend about the lives of the nobility and high-rank officials
C
was a popular figure in his community
D
was first mentioned in Irish and American folklore
E
is a legendary figure that appears in different folklores
Soru 3

The tradition of the headless horseman goes back to ancient times, and examples of these phantoms can be found in the earliest German and Scandinavian folklore. According to legend, both rider and horse are said to be pitch black in colour and they can just as easily gallop in the sky as on the ground. The horsemen are sometimes said to be outcasts from the Wild Hunt, or otherwise great chiefs who had the misfortune to lose their heads in battle or were beheaded. A well-known Irish example is the Headless Rider of Castle Sheela, whose story is told in Ghosts in Irish Houses by James Reynolds (1947). Many literary critics have been interested in headless horseman legends and written book-length studies on this topic. Perhaps the most famous book on the topic is The Headless Horseman by American writer, Captain Mayne Reid, published in 1869 and based on an allegedly true case from Texas which the author himself had investigated.

It is understood from the text that headless horsemen -------.

A
generally lost their lives while preparing for battle
B
were usually admired by the soldiers whom they fought with
C
were lucky and strong enough to survive many battles
D
might be warriors who lost their heads on battlefields
E
did not call for war and bloodshed unless necessary
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