What is the meaning of the simile in lines 93-96 in the deserted village?

What is the meaning of the simile in lines 93-96 in the deserted village?

In these lines, the speaker is comparing himself to a hare.specifically, he is comparing himself to a hare pursued by hounds and horns (or the hunters who are blowing the horns). the hare is racing home. like the hare racing to get home, the speaker is racing to return home to die in peace.

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fearlessness is your answer

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