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Why, according to you, do children spend a lot of time watching TV, as raised by the poet Roald Dahl in his poem “Television”?

Last updated June 23, 2021

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What are the figures of speech and other poetic devices used in Roald Dahl’s poem ‘Television’?

Last updated April 23, 2021

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Why does the poet Roald Dahl use Capital letters in some lines of his poem ‘Television’?

Last updated March 13, 2021

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Please suggest some objective type questions with answers on the poem ‘Television’ by Roald Dahl.

Last updated February 22, 2021

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Until they’re absolutely drunk With all that shocking ghastly junk. Explain the phrase “that shocking ghastly junk” in Roald Dahl’s poem “Television”.

Last updated February 5, 2021

11817 views1 answers8 votes

In the poem “Television” by Roald Dahl, the poet says “It keeps them still”. What keeps the children still and how?

Last updated December 19, 2020

9150 views1 answers5 votes

What is the poet’s attitude towards television in the poem “Television” by Roald Dahl?

Last updated August 31, 2020

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Comment on the visual imagery presented in the lines “The nursery shelves …waiting to be read” from the poem “Television” by Roald Dahl.

Last updated August 8, 2020

10770 views2 answers11 votes

How can children benefit from reading books according to the poet in the poem ‘Television’ by Roald Dahl?

Last updated August 1, 2020

10668 views2 answers10 votes

It smells so good, what can it be?/Good gracious, it’s Penelope. — What does Roald Dahl mean by Penelope in his poem Television?

Last updated July 5, 2020

17801 views5 answers8 votes