Questions and Answers of The Brook Class 8th
Q.1. Who is “I” referred to as in the poem?
Q.2. Trace the journey of the brook.
Q. 3. Explain the following lines:
Q.4. Alliteration is the repetition of initial consonant sounds in verse such as “I slip, I slide, I gloom, I glance’. Pick out more examples of alliteration from the poem.
Q5. Can the journey of the brook to be compared to human life? How?
Q1. “I” refers to the brook in the poem.
Q2. The brook’s journey involves flowing down hills, passing through villages, crossing bridges, and eventually merging with a river.
Q3. Please provide the specific lines you’d like me to explain.
Q4. Examples of alliteration include “bicker down a valley,” “sparkle out among the fern,” and “babble on the pebbles.”
Q5. Yes, the journey of the brook can be compared to human life as it reflects the perpetual nature of the brook’s flow contrasting with the transient nature of human existence.
Q1. The “I” in the poem refers to the brook.
Q2. The brook starts in the hills, flows through valleys, passes by villages and bridges, and eventually joins a larger river.
Q3. These lines emphasize the eternal nature of the brook’s journey compared to the transient nature of human life. They highlight the theme of continuity and change.
Q4. Examples of alliteration: “chatter over stony ways,” “bicker down a valley,” “babble on the pebbles.”
Q5. Yes, the journey of the brook can be compared to human life as both involve a continuous flow, encountering different phases and landscapes. Just as the brook persists in its journey, life also moves forward despite changes and challenges.