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    10th Poetry : The Frog and the Nightingale Poet: Vikram Seth was born in Calcutta in 1952. He left India to study at Oxford where he earned degrees in philosophy, economics, and politics, and went on to study creative writing at Stanford and classical Chinese poetry in China at Nanjing University...
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  • Frog & the Nightingale a Descrptive Summary
    THE POEM "THE FROG AND THE NIGHTINGALE " - A DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY In the poem, “The Frog and The Nightingale” the poet Vikram Seth has adopted the features of modern poetry in following the pattern of mixed metre and free verse. It is a fable in the form of a poem- narrative, not longer than...
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  • Comparison Between Frog and Nightingale
    The comparison between frog and nightingale describes and explains us the human society and leaves a shocking, hard to believe truth about humans. It appears that the nightingale is a talented artist who is hardworking and very obliging while the frog that is her mentor, trains her, organizes her shows...
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    (unabridged edition) Anne Frank OR 5. The Story of my life-1903(unabridged edition) Hellen Keller Reading Section: Reading for comprehension, critical evaluation, inference and analysis is a skill to be tested formatively as well as summatively. There will be no division of passages for this section...
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  • Essay
    Revised edition Published by CBSE 3. Interact in English -X Workbook Revised edition Delhi-110092. Reading Section: Reading for comprehension, critical evaluation, inference and analysis is a skill to be tested formatively as well as summatively. There will be no division of passages for this section...
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  • A Tiger
    POETRY THE FROG AND THE NIGHTINGALE -VIKRAM SETH Vikram Seth is a well-known poet in India. He was born in 1952 in Calcutta(Kolkata). The poem The Frog and the Nightingale is from his book of poems called Beastly tales from Here and There (1991). As the title makes it explicit that the poems are based...
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  • Sample Paper
    (3 Marks) (a) Now the nightingale, inspired Flushed with confidence, and fired With both art and adoration, Sang - and was a huge sensation. (i) What inspired the nightingale to sing? a) The appreciation of the audience b) The frog’s censure c) The frog’s praise and appreciation d) The fact that it was...
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  • Guide
    details of Ali‘s sufferings and hardships. 93 | P a g e POETRY THE FROG AND THE NIGHTINGALE -VIKRAM SETH Vikram Seth is a well-known poet in India. He was born in 1952 in Calcutta (Kolkata). The poem The Frog and the Nightingale is from his book of poems called Beastly tales from Here and There (1991)...
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  • Oil Conservation and the Role of Youth in Its Promotion
    influential people to get jobs and bribe them. Corruption is flowing in the veins of the mortals in the form of blood. The situation has become very critical and grave. The law makers are the law breakers. Those who are supposed to maintain law and order in the country have become the root cause of riots...
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  • Yo World
    pride reflects the lack of values in one’s life. With reference to Mrs Packletide’s Tiger, explain why such a desire is detrimental and not worthy appreciation. Q 4. Mrs Packletide resorted to unfair means to assert her victory. How was she paid back in the same coin of unfair dealings? The Letter ...
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  • Assay
    is the single most important factor in determining the underlying meaning of this poem. Critical analysis Seth's poem is in the form of a story narrative; a parable that seeks to teach as it speaks. The frog is an unmusical fellow, who nevertheless sings through the night causing his neighbours a...
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  • Poetry
    self will betray this moment of decision as if the betrayal were inevitable. This realization is ironic and poignantly pathetic. But the "sigh" is critical. The speaker will not, in his old age, merely gather the youth about him and say, "Do what I did, kiddies. I stuck to my guns, took the road less...
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  • English Literature
    Cultural History: An Introductory Guide and Glossary Prentice-Hall India Learning Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi 2005 Paper III: History of the English Language, Critical Terms, and Classical In Part-A, the students will be required to acquaint themselves with the history of the English language, both synchronic and...
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  • Enginsh
    the little girl in the story ‘The Ultimate Safati’. Write a ltter to your friend describing your grand mother’s role in bringing you up and your appreciation of her. 2. Imagine yourself to be the grandmother and write a diary entry expressing your feelings after you reached the refugee camp. 3. Imagine...
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  • Fare Well
    fact, Noor Jahan was an excellent shot and once, surprised and delighted her husband by bringing down a ferocious tiger with a single arrow. In appreciation of Noor Jahan’s accomplishment, Jahangir showered her with gifts. He took great pleasure in giving her anything she liked. And Noor Jahan liked...
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  • Me N Mine
    F-46–F-47 Poetry The Frog and the Nightingale V Worksheets 95 to 98 .................... F-47–F-49 GROUP DISCUSSION: The Frog and the Nightingale V Worksheet 99 ............................... F-49–F-50 Mirror V Worksheets 100 to 102 ................ F-50–F-52 APPRECIATION OF THEME: Mirror V Worksheet...
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  • T S Eliot's Tradition and Individual Talent
    given some significant ideas, which are essential to understand in order to understand Eliot’s perceptions regarding poetry and poets.  T.S Eliot’s critical essays are the one, which cause a mind to think over a situation, he has described. Eliot’s importance as a critic is linked with his importance as...
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  • Guide of Class 10
    Sebastian Shultz was badly injured in a car accident. He had banged his head. When he was brought to the hospital, the doctors described his condition critical but stable. Despite doctors’ efforts Sebastian could not regain consciousness. He had gone into coma. Question 3-(i): How had Sebastian Shultz entered...
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  • Nursing in Caring
    the work women usually carried out in the home. Traditionally nurses have been seen as the doctor’s handmaid, dominated by the medical profession. Nightingale changed the image of nursing from an occupation only the lowest classes in the community performed to one of a respectful vocation. Nursing has...
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  • Comparison of Two Critical Essays, A.D.Hope
    interpretations and styles to one another but are both founded around the same centre point. John Kinsella having a more informal structure with a more critical tone and Henry Weinfeld with a professional structure and admiration of A. D. Hope’s work. Both authors of the two discussion pieces have completely...
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