Ans- Myth making faculty means the poetic articulation on something with utmost devotional zeal. Thus a common phenomena of life treatment of the poetry art. In Keats and Shelly such a quality is abundant. In ‘Nightingale' it is metamorphosed into a bird of spiritual and divide entity and takes a tourney to get ‘permanent’. On ‘skylark’ too, the bird becomes a symbol of divine joy and bless and becomes a myth for she lean creativity.
Ans- Through some concrete categorical hits from the poem we can easily from the ideal of the disembodied from of the bird skylark. It is a ‘spirit’ and ‘bird thou never worth’ It is the spirited entity being the cloud of fire with an ‘unbodied joy’.
Ans- Hardy’s Darkling Thrush being a swansong- utters some prophetic truth along with joy and merriment of some hope and prosperity which the poet is ignorant of amid the tasteless, insipid, frozen wintry landscape. It is a voice for future regeneration, birth and vitality.
Ans- The rejected lover even in this unrequited love story pleads for last ride together with the beloved which is not rejected Rather his last hope survives as a sigh of relief and finds himself deified one more day in him life.
Ans- We can have two separate words meeting in the poem-one supernatural and another natural. The traveler is the voice of our world while the ghostly atmosphere, the supernatural presence do not react recognizable medium. Thus even if they react, we cannot understand it or rather our lack of communication is the tragedy of our relation with them.
Ans-The title word of Woman’s poem is strikingly multifaceted. If there is strangeness in meeting the dead and living soldiers at Hell to share their horrified experience of war, there is enough furor on ours strange, realistic meeting on the war realities and the pity of the war distilled. Thus the title is lushly figurative.
Ans-With prolonged hardship of life and engrossing motto of accumulating money for the sons make Mrs. Thurlow unmmotional entity dragged on by drudgery. Thus when her hard earned money is lost along with her husband, even i9f her husband commits murder, jailed for life, she much sympathizes with her money then her husband. She becomes stunned Flattened and bewildered by such a fate.
Ans- Both the poems of Ulysses and The Loots Eaters have the same hero Ulysses, one of the greatest Greek heroes who fought in the Trojan war. Ulysses contains a philosophy of continued action. It is full of optimism and hope. In a dramatic way Ulysses here inspires and simulates us for ceaseless hard work. Contrastingly, The Loots Eaters exhibits a voyage to oblivion, for from the active din and bustle of life. Here is an escapism from the wander over the sea and adventure. Thus, the two dramatic monologues portray two different moods of life-of tireless journey and of rest.
Ans- Shelley was essentially, the poet of revolt and revolution. Shelly had in the realms of fantasy ‘A New and Golden Age of humanity. In the quoted Hines he invokes the wild was wind to shun the old and odds in him and to begets new concept or philosophy for future world. As west wind whiles away the Autumnal leaves and quicken the new brought of leaves, similarly the denounces the heralds the new with the passionate joy of a poet.
Ans- The poet Walter De la Mare tells us very little about the traveler in his poem The Listeners. The very character is mysterious. Nothing is said about him physical appearance except his grey eyes. We do not even know definitely the purpose of his coming here at this lonely, deserted forest house at the night. He has come on horseback to keep his world to someone. Thus the traveler is as mystery as the nocturnal setting is. Some critics however, are of the view that the traveler is a viper’s tentative of artists seeking admittance in to the world of beauty.
Ans- Della has a pier-glass which hardily had perfect image. But Della being slim and agile, could quickly truth herself before the pier-glass and observe her reflection in a rapid sequence of longitudinal strips. By the art Della had the fairly accurate conception of her appearance. The line delineates the poor family condition of Jim and Della.
Ans- A short story must contain one and only one informing idea, and that this idea must be worked out to its logical conclusion with absolute singleness of method. H.E. Bates story The Ox presets the suffering of Mrs Thurlow through the bare essentials of action excluding pompous literary style. Through realism and economical method of narration, the story illustrates the agony in Mrs Thurlow through the symbolic referee to the ox and its cart. The drudgery, the pain and its endurance are said through scanty mental manner. Typically, thus The ox has the smithy of in press ion.
Ans- The phrase ‘busy-idle’ means frivolous, yet engrossing. The oxymoron, founded on Horace's 'sternums inertia’, energetic idleness. Lamb uses this phrase to relate palace where his grandmother stays as housekeeper. The beauty of this old fashioned garden so fascinates in that he engrosses himself in his own fancy. Such flight of imagination of sound, sight and smell has a ‘busy idle’ rapture in his mind.
Ans- There is a finger of speech in which a hart’s state mint is made in a pleasing way. Thus in this gilded remark an unpleasant matters are elated in a pleasant manner. L.A. Hill calls it a ‘cult of cosines’ which means the pretence that everything is an example from Hitter’s regime where the expression ‘special treatment’ was used to define a severe torture, murder and punishment.
Ans- Both Frome in his argument puts forward the plea that Falder commits the forgery in a fit of temporary insanity. He tries to analyze the psychology of the criminal not punishment. Cleaver, on the other hand is practical, business like and brief. He establishes that Falder is no insane, has immoral relationship and must be punished.
Ans-The Lines under reference from Miss Hard castle’s speech in she sloops to conquer. This is an allusion to the words of Falstaff in Shakespeare’s play Henry IV .Like Falstaff who wished The time to be easy and less gloomy to send all to peaceful sleep, Miss Kate who is now much excited and anxious to hear about Marlow wishes that it might be bed time for her and she might be free free from all tensions.
Ans-The events of the first act tale place in Rama’s bed-character one night place a little more than three months after the events of the first act. They happen on the 6thof March, 1886 in the garden of Magus Petcoff’s house. The act III takes solace after lunch in the library room of Major Petcoff’s house on the 6th of March, 1886 The interval of time between the second and third acts is only a few hours.
Ans- Style is the man as well as author. Thus to be stylist one should be, according to Hill, faithful in his or her writhing. By more and more reactive and with an artistic and keen observation of life one can development vivid and real style, To add more reading others writing and articulating them in himself is ideal. In the mixture of various styles one should avoid formal and sting one.
Ans- In the great mansion of Norfolk, where Mrs. Field lived in had a story engraved on wood and placed on the chimney of the house. The story depicted here is of Norfolk Tale. It was of cruel uncle and the tragic death of two little helpless children.
Ans- Mr. Hardcastle is a replica of Dr. Primrose of the vicar of the Wakefield. He is an old fashioned patriarch who always inculcates on his family the lessons of simplicity and the solid virtues of the good old times. He is a loving friend and a patient host. He is in deed the pen pen portrait of the fine of English gentlemen of the older times with his love for everything that is old.
Ans-___ woman came to see king Solomon one day. ___ woman had a problem to relate to the king . (A,The) [ when a person or thing is introduced for the first time the in define article a/am is used. The definite article ‘the’ is used to refer again to that person or thing.
25. What is called an ‘Interjection’? How is the use of it?
Ans- The general population of a given locale is called ‘populace’. Exp- The populace of any large city city is in a constant state of flux. It further indicates massed of people. Exp- A huge populace a homed up to support their eider. The ‘populous’ means crowded or densely populated. Exp- Tokyo is an excellent example of a populous city.
Ans- The use of ‘for’ the sentence is in present perfect continuous tense i.e. “subject +have/has +Been +Vbing” So, are staying in” will be replaced with “lave been staying in”
Ans- Both the two sentence are present continuous tense indicating the time phrase. In the first sentence, We use ‘since’ in case of point of time while in the second sentence we use for in case of period of time.
Ans- An absolute phrase in an adverb phrase grammatically, but not logically, in dependence of the rest of the sentence in which it is used. It usually consists of a noun (or pronoun) and a participle. It is always demarcated by commas. Exp- All things considered, it was quite a good performance.
Ans-Success is the result of any factors like personal efforts congenial circumstance. As soon as these factors lose their hold success changes in to failure. Moreover, it is easy to win trophies, but quite difficult to retain then. On the other have, failure is also short lived because desire for success invigorated the activities of man.