Class 9 English Moments Chapter 2 The Adventures Of Toto

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Class 9 English Moments Chapter 2 The Adventures Of Toto

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The Adventures Of Toto

Chapter – 2



Thinking about the poem:

1. “A slumber did my spirit seal”, says the poet. That is, a deep sleep ‘closed off’ his soul (or mind). How does the poet react to his loved one’s death? Does he feel bitter grief? Or does he feel a great peace.

Ans. The poet feels a great peace of mind. It sound strange because a lover normally feels disturbed at the death of his beloved. But Wordsworth has reconciled himself with the situation that is inevitable. His satisfaction is that in his mind, in his memory, his beloved will remain forever young as after her death she could no more be touched by the years counted in earth.

2. The passing of time will no longer affect her says the poet. Which lines of the poem say this?

Ans. The following lines of the poem say this:

” She seemed a thing that could not feel:

The touch of earthly years.”

3. How does the poet imagine her to be, after death? Does he think of her as a person having in a very happy state (a heaven)? Or does he see her now as a part of nature? In which lines of the poem do you find your answer?

Ans. After her death the poet imagines his beloved as a part of Nature. No, he does not think her to be in heaven. Yes, he sees her as a part of nature.

The following lines justify my answer:

No motion has she now, no force –

She neither hears nor sees,

Rolled round in earth’s durnal course

With rocks and stones and trees.

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