Questions and Answers

Showing Page 3 of 92

Questions

Sort by:

Write a critical appreciation of the poems The Eve of Waterloo by Lord Byron and Dulce et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen with reference to romanticism of war, its glorification and futility.

Last updated January 29, 2022

3717 views1 answers0 votes

I cannot but shed tears. (Use ‘help’) Or, I cannot but shed tears. (Remove ‘but’)

Last updated January 24, 2022

1346 views2 answers4 votes

He cannot help wondering what he should do next. (use ‘but’ / remove ‘help’)

Last updated January 24, 2022

585 views1 answers2 votes

What are the themes of Henry Cuyler Bunner’s poem ‘The Heart of the Tree’?

Last updated January 10, 2022

56746 views7 answers39 votes

How does the story “The Blue bead” by Norah Burke depict the theme “where there is a will there is a way”?

Last updated December 29, 2021

18810 views1 answers16 votes

What was the Nazis’ Aryan superiority or Aryan-supremacy theory, as mentioned in the story “My Greatest Olympic Prize” by Jesse Owens?

Last updated December 29, 2021

22607 views2 answers39 votes

Could you suggest some topics for article writing for class seven students?

Last updated December 28, 2021

30177 views13 answers17 votes

Explain the destruction caused by war and the common man’s ignorance of its purpose as shown in Robert Southey’s poem After Blenheim? Or, Discuss Southey’s poem “After Blenheim” as an anti-war poem. Or, State clearly how the poet creates an atmosphere of devastation […]

Last updated December 25, 2021

43607 views1 answers42 votes

What do you think is the author’s message in the story “A Gorilla in the Guest Room” by Gerald Durrell?

Last updated December 21, 2021

15341 views2 answers12 votes

What is the tone of the last two lines of the poem After Blenheim by Robert Southey? What according to you, the poet wants to convey in these lines?

Last updated December 15, 2021

9443 views3 answers7 votes