• Jij8Ju8Iji
    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...
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  • Frog & the Nightingale a Descrptive Summary
    . Besides the poem has a number of references to human emotions like, happiness, awe, appreciation, flattery, criticism, greed and fear which are inculcated by the two central characters, i.e., the frog and the nightingale. The poem is thus a powerful example of how people are deceived by others...
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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...
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  • Sample Paper
    correct answer – 3 Marks (i) The appreciation of the audience (ii) The nightingale was elated because the frog and the public had appreciated her singing. (iii) alliteration OR The Dear Departed Objective: To test the knowledge of plot and characters Marking: 1 mark for each correct answer – 3 marks (i...
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  • paper X
      POETRY 1-The Frog and the Nightingale   2-Mirror   3-Not Marble, nor the gilded Monuments   4-Ozymandias   5-The Rime of The Ancient Mariner   6-Snake   DRAMA 1-The Dear Departed   2-Julius Caesar   MAIN COURSE BOOK...
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  • A Tiger
    under frogs influence 6. How did the arrival of the nightingale affect the frog? 7. How did the frog kill the nightingale without any blame on him? 8. The frog was boastful and insensitive. Give reasons for your answer. 9. Think upon the gender bias and suppression in the poem (for appreciation...
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  • Essay
    | |1-The Frog and the Nightingale | | | | | | | |2-Mirror | | | | | | | |3-Not Marble...
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  • Guide
    kill the nightingale without any blame on him? 8. The frog was boastful and insensitive. Give reasons for your answer. 9. Think upon the gender bias and suppression in the poem (for appreciation) 101 | P a g e MIRROR – SLYVIA PLATH The poem ‗Mirror‘ is an autobiographical account of mirror...
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  • Yo World
    . Justify the statement with reference to Virtually True. POETRY The Frog and the Nightingale Q 13. The world has people who are simple hearted and gullible and there are also people who are crafty and opportunistic who use the former for their personal benefits. How has this been illustrated in...
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  • Oil Conservation and the Role of Youth in Its Promotion
    business. 3. (a) The frog is jealous of the nightingale. WORKSHEET 34 1. The excessive appreciation made the nightingale so snobbish that she began to aspire for more recognition. When the wicked frog offered to train her in singing she could not guess that she was being duped and exploited. She felt...
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  • English Literature
    Merchant’s Wife: A Letter” Langston Hughes: “Necessity”, “I too sing America” Unit IV: Ramanujan: “The Breaded Fish” Kamala Das: “An Introduction” Vikram Seth: “Frogs and the Nightingales” Internal Assessment Text Prescribed: Musings, CUP, New Delhi, 2008 [20 marks] [20 marks] [12 lectures] 12...
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  • Assay
    to teach as it speaks. The frog is an unmusical fellow, who nevertheless sings through the night causing his neighbours a lot of discomfort. He refuses to be cowed by any form of restraint and remains the neighbourhood bully. When the nightingale astounds everybody with her beautiful voice, ther...
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  • Poetry
    . Apart from his novels, Vikram has written poems on a range of topics. His collection of stories in verses, Beastly Tales FromHere And There has animals as central characters, but the topics it covers are very much about humans. The poem, The Frog and the Nightingale also allegorically depicts the...
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  • Enginsh
    (death). 3. THE FROG AND THE NIGHTINGALE At the literal level, the poem is a tale set in a wet and muddy area called Bingle Bog. The frog was the noisiest creature here and the others had no choice but to listen to his croaking, for it could not be dissuaded from singing (lines 11-14). A nightingale...
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  • Fare Well
    ! And the foghorn of the frog Blared unrivalled through the bog. (a) Why is the nightingale referred to as a poor bird? (i) because she was a poor bird (ii) because she had no money (iii) because she did not understand the cunningness of the frog (iv...
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  • Me N Mine
    ...................... F-42–F-43 The Letter V Worksheets 91 to 93 .................... F-43–F-45 UNDERSTANDING THE TEXT: The Letter V Worksheet 94 ............................... 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...
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  • T S Eliot's Tradition and Individual Talent
    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 a poet. Some critics are of...
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  • Syllabus
    Scorpion Ode to the West Wind The Frog and The Nightingale Mirror The Rime of the Ancient Mariner A Christmas Carol Julius Caesar ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ FA2 10 SA I 20 Second Term (October - March) FA3 10 FA4 10 SA II 40 POETRY 1 ✓ ✓ Text Books 2 3 4 5 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ DRAMA 1 2 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 39...
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  • Guide of Class 10
    Sebastian’s miraculous discovery. Chapter 7 Frog and the Nightingale Page No.94 Question 10-(a): How did the creatures of Bingle bog react to the nightingale's singing? Answer 10-(a): The creatures of Bingle Bog favoured the nightingale’s songs to a great extent. In fact, they gathered in crowds to...
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  • My Doc
    . Although nursing has come a long way from the day of strictly providing bedside care, it is by no means anywhere near its full maturity. In fact, nursing will continue to change and evolve as will the world. HISTORICAL REVIEW The founder of modern nursing is Florence Nightingale. She developed the...
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