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Niketan Class 8 English Chapter 6 Lines written in early Spring
Niketan Class 8 English Lesson 6 Lines written in early Spring can be of great value to excel in the examination. Assam Board Sankardev Sishu Niketan Class 8 English Chapter 6 gives you a better knowledge of all the chapters. You can get solutions to questions of both basic and advanced levels.
Lines written in early Spring
Chapter – 6
SANKARDEV SISHU NIKETAN
Q.1. What do you think were the “blended notes” which the poet heard ?
Ans :- The poet of ‘Lines written in Early Spring’ meant the whisting of the spring breeze through the woods by the ‘blended note’.
Q.2. Why does the poet lament at the condition of man ? What is the condition that the poet talks about ?
Ans :- The poet laments at the condition of man because he thinks man has not been able to maintain his real being and has cause the undoing of his own kind. The various elements of nature live in harmony with each other, but man has not been able to live in peace with fellow man. This is the condition of man that the poet refers to.
Q.3. In your own words describe the aspects of nature presented in the third, fourth, and fifth stanzas ?
Ans :- The poet William Wordsworth describe in the third stanza how the primrose in its thick foliage and periwinkle in its round garlands enjoy the air it breathes. The fourth stanza depicts the pleasure and thrill in the birds that hopped and played around the poet. The joy and pleasure of the budding twigs is described by the poet in the fifth stanza.
Q.4. From your reading of the poem what do you understand by “Nature’s holy plan” ?
Ans :- By ‘Nature’s holy plan’ in the poem ‘Lines written in Early Spring’, the poet means how nature wants and intends all beings to live in peace and harmony with each other.
Q.5. What does the poet observe in nature, when he looks around him ?
Ans :- When the poet looks around him, he observes how all follow, birds and trees live in perfect harmony and pleasure, but man, on the other hand, has failed to live along with others of his own kind.
Blended – মিহলোৱা, একাধিক দ্ৰব্যৰ মিশ্ৰণ।
Grove – জোপোহা গছৰ সমষ্টি।
Grieved – দুঃখিত হোৱা।
Wreathes – ফুলৰ মালা।
Twigs – গছৰ সৰু ঠানি।
Breezy – আনন্দদায়ক মলয়া বতাহ।
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