Enumerate the reactions of children while they are in front of a television set, as the poet suggests in the poem “Telivision” by Roald Dahl.
The reactions of children glued to a TV set, as presented by the poet are as follows —
- For sitting a long time before the television set, they become tired. Sometimes they sit or lie in a lazy and casual manner (loll and slop and lounge about) and get sloppy.
- They stare at the television until their eyes are too tired to watch any more (their eyes pop out).