1. Who is the writer of the poem RING OUT, WILD BELLS?
Ans: Alfred Tennyson is the writer of the poem ‘Ring Out, Wild Bells’. 2. What is the poem that expresses grief on the occasion of death called? Ans: The poem that expresses grief on the occasion of death is called Elegy. 3. In this poem the poet expresses deep sorrow. Why does he do so? Ans: In this poem the poet expresses deep sorrow over the death of his college’s constant companion Arthur Henry Hallam. 4. What is the time of the of the year does the poem refer to? Quate words or expressions. Ans: The poem refers to winter time. ‘Wild sky’, ‘Fresty Light’, ‘ the year is dying’ are the words or expressions in support of my answer. 5. How do you know the bells are ringing loudly? Whish word suggest that? Ans: As the poet asked to ring out to ring out the bells on the wild sky, in the flying clouds and in the frosty night to welcome the New Year, we come to know that the bells are ringing loudly. The world ‘Wild’ suggest that. 6. “Wild Sky” What makes the sky wild? What does that suggest? Ans: The stormy climate makes the sky wild. The ‘Wild Sky’ suggests disorderly situation of the world. 7. Who is ‘him’ in four lines? Why does thae poet want him to die? Ans: The old year is ‘him’ in four lines. The poet wants ‘him’ to die because the old year ensures the birth of the New Year. 8. How does the poet welcome the New Year?
Ans: The poet welcomes the New Year by ringing the wild bells. 9. What makes the bells happy?
Ans: The forth coming/impending year makes the bells happy.
10. What line suggests that the poet wants all that is evil and harmful to come to an end? Ans: “Ring out the false, ring in the true,” this line suggest that the poet wants all that is evil and harmful to come to an end. 11. What does he want them to be replaced by?
Ans: The poet wants ‘New’ to be replaced by ‘Old’.
12. What does Tennyson...