Day: 17 December 2020

Hawk by Keki N. Daruwalla Summar, Analysis and Solved Questions

‘Hawk’ has been taken from The Keeper of the Dead published in 1982. You will see that it is about how a hawk is trained as a hunting bird but you can also read it as describing human behaviour. You will notice that throughout the poem the poet has used ‘he: for the hawk giving it a kind of human identity.

River Once By Parthasarathy – Summary, Explanation , Analysis

River Once By Parthasarathy INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE AUTHOR R. Parthasarathy (born 1934) is an Indian poet, translator, critic, and editor. Rajagopal Parthasarathy was born in 1934 at Tirupparaiturai near Tiruchchirappalli. He was educated at Don Bosco High School and Siddharth College, Mumbai and at Leeds University, UK, where he was British Council Scholar in 1963– …

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Night of the Scorpion By Nissim Ezekiel: Summary, Paraphrase, Analysis and Questions

Night of the Scorpion by Nissim Ezekiel is a poignant and touching poetic portrayal of a rustic situation evocative of the Indian ethos. The poem written in free verse has a terse ending characteristic of the style of English writing of many modern Indian poets. This poem, it is believed, is an expression of his childhood experience when a scorpion stung his own mother. He witnessed the drama following the scorpion bite. The poem is only a reaction to the experience he had.

Death Of Bird By Keki N Daruwalla- Summary, Analysis and Solved Questions

DEATH OF A BIRD BY KEKI N DARUWALLA Death of a Bird, one of Daruwalla’s finest poems, reminds us of S.T.Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Both the poems poignantly express the violent convulsions which disturb Nature’s cosiness, peace and sublimity, when someone dares to take away lives of innocent creatures–albatross in The Rime …

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