Month: March 2020

A Student's Guide To Learning From Home 1

A Student’s Guide To Learning From Home

A Student’s Guide To Learning From Home For a past few weeks, the classwork of all the schools has been suspended to contain the spread of COVID-19. The closure of schools has stagnated the teaching-learning process. The students experience a significant loss. The teachers and parents are also grappling with the scenario. Our thoughts are …

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Snake By D. H. Lawrence: Summary and Questions 3

Snake By D. H. Lawrence: Summary and Questions

Snake By D. H. Lawrence Summary On a very hot summer day, the poet came across a snake at a stone container of water. It had come to drink water. The poet had gone there to carry water. However, the poet had to wait some time until the snake leaves the place. The snake slowly …

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Summary and Analysis of The Darkling Thrush By Hardy 4

Summary and Analysis of The Darkling Thrush By Hardy

Summary The poem ‘The Darkling Thrush’ is a famous nature lyric composed by Hardy. It is composed at the turn by of the century. In this poem, the poet points out man’s inability to share the happiness of a bird singing in winter. In this poem, Hardy depicts the early 20th century as a period …

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The Servant By S. T. Semyonov | NCERT Solutions – Summary, Themes, and Questions Answers Class 10 Tulip English

The Servant By S. T. Semyono Summary The story has Gerasim in its lead role. Gerasim returned to Moscow just at a time when it was not essay to find a job. The time was just around Christmas when a man mostly sticks to a poor job in the expectation of a present. The peasant …

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Mending wall – Summary, Appreciation and Questions

Mending wall By Robert Frost Introduction: The poem Mending Wall by Robert Frost was first published in 1914. The poem is about two neighbours who meet each year in Spring to mend the stone wall dividing their fields. It is a dramatic lyric and a monologue. This poem presents a sharp contrast between two views, …

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J. C. Bose By Aldous Huxley : Summary and Questions

J. C. Bose By Aldous Huxley Introduction Aldous Huxley is supposed to be one of the important writers of the 20th century. He started his literary career as a poet. But he is betterly known for his novels and essays. By temperament, he was against war and violence. That’s why he left England in 1937 …

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The Lamb by William Blake – Summary and Questions

The Lamb By William Blake Short Summary “The Lamb” is the simplest poem written by William Blake and was published in his collection Songs of Innocence in 1789. In the figure of the lamb, the poem finds the expression of God’s will and the beauty of God’s creation. The poem is told from the point …

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The Sick Rose by William Blake – Summary and Questions

THE SICK ROSE BY WILLIAM BLAKE Summary of Sick Rose “The Sick Rose” is a poem written by William Blake first published in 1794 and like Blake’s other poems such as The Tyger and The Lamb, it was also included in Songs of Experience. The poem uses a narrator who addresses the rose, the symbol …

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The Tyger by William Blake – Summary and Questions

The Tyger by William Blake Vocabulary symmetry – equality sinews – muscles Short Summary The Tyger by William Blake is taken from The Songs of Experience. The poem was published in 1794. It is about the essence of creation, much like Blake’s earlier poem, “The Lamb,” from the Songs of Innocence. However, this poem reflects …

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London by William Blake – Summary and Questions

London by William Blake Vocabulary manacles – chains that bind hearse – used to transport a coffin Short Summary In the first stanza, Blake introduced his reader to the narrator as he wanders around the chartered society. A society in which he looks has “marks of woe.” In the second stanza, Blake repeatedly uses the …

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