"Summary Of Our Casuarina Tree By Toru Dutt" Essays and Research Papers

  • Summary Of Our Casuarina Tree By Toru Dutt

    Our Casuarina Tree Our Casuarina Tree is a poem by Toru Dutt, an Indian poet.The poem gives an objective description of the tree and the charm associated with poet's childhood. It begins with an account of the giant tree with a creeper wrapped around it like a huge python. It is the centre of busy life of birds and beasts. The tree is depicted as grand and charming. It has become dear to the poet because of the memories that surround it - memories of a time when happy children played under its shade...

    Casuarina, Culture, Immortality 1134  Words | 3  Pages

  • Casuarina Tree

    brings to the light the idea that a timeless quality of the tree and the world around it possess.  I think that this is what I find the most fascinating about the poem for this might be how India could be described to the West, and given that Dutt was one of the first poets to be read by Western audiences, this could be part of her intent. I find myself persuaded by the element of nostalgia for the past that is featured in the love of the tree in the poem. In the horrific conditions of what is and...

    Immortality, Meter, Poetry 686  Words | 2  Pages

  • Summary of Casuarina Tree

    '' THE CASUARINA TREE '' is one of the most touching poem by Toru Dutt who was born in Rambagan , Kolkata. She had two siblings Aru & Abju . Both of them died and Toru was gripped in deep melancholy. Actually this fact influences the entire lyric......... The casuarina tree is winded round by a networks of creepers which resembles a python curling and crushing its prey.The beautiful red flowers excucively decorate the entire casuarina teee.They attract the bees and birds...

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  • The Lotus by Toru Dutt

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    Poetic form, Poetry, Roman mythology 1500  Words | 5  Pages

  • Our Casuarina Tree

    "Our Casuarina Tree" Toru Dutt: the poetess, while living abroad, is pining for the scenes of her native land and reliving the memories of her childhood. In the first part of the poem the poetess depicts the casuarina tree trailed by a creeper vine like a huge python, winding round and round with the rough trunk, sunken deep with scars. It reached to the height touching very summit near the stars. The casuarina tree stood alone unaccompanied in the compound wearing the scarf of the creeper hung with...

    Love, Steve Ditko 753  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Lotus by Toru Dutt

    “rose-red” dyed, And “lily-white,”- the queenliest flower that blows. ~Toru Dutt _________________________________________________________________________ Explication of “The Lotus” Toru Dutt was an educated young woman who had traveled to Britain and France during her childhood. British literature and culture influenced her and is demonstrated in various work by Toru, including “The Lotus”. In the poem, Toru presents the idea that the lotus is the most beautiful of all flowers in order...

    Brahma, Buddhism, Hindu 852  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Causaurina Tree

    Toru Dutt was one of the famous writers of her time. ‘Our Casuarina Tree’ is the finest specimen of her poetic craftsmanship. The poem is not merely a poem, but also an attempt by the poet to recapture her past and immortalize it. The tree is presented both as a symbol and as an object of nature and in it, the poet projects both time and eternity. The major part of the poem is filled with memories of the past and happy childhood days. She remembers her companions, how much she loved them and...

    Literature, Metaphor, Meter 402  Words | 2  Pages

  • Our Casuarina Tree

    and can no longer afford the luxury of mediocrity if we are to forge ahead. This rapidly changing nuclear age requires our youth to be intellectually far more alert and competent than their predecessors, and therefore every young man and woman today studying in schools, colleges and universities must aim at academic ability of the highest order. In a developing nation like ours, where large numbers are still unable to acquire even primary education, those undergoing higher education constitute a...

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  • Poem

    Our Casuarina Tree |   | Toru Dutt (1856–77) |   |   | LIKE a huge Python, winding round and round | |   The rugged trunk, indented deep with scars, | |   Up to its very summit near the stars, | | A creeper climbs, in whose embraces bound | |   No other tree could live. But gallantly |         5 | The giant wears the scarf, and flowers are hung | | In crimson clusters all the boughs among, | |   Whereon all day are gathered bird and bee; | | And oft at nights the...

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  • The Hummingbird Tree Themes and Summary

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  • Lexus and the Olive Tree Summary

    The Lexus and the Olive Tree, written by Thomas L. Friedman, investigates the phenomenon of globalization in our world and how it has established a new international system that has replaced the cold war. This new system of globalization connects people from all over the world from Southeast Asians fighting a recession to Thai bankers to entrepreneurs in the United States. Friedman credits that the democratization of technology, information, and finance has shrunk our world from small to tiny where...

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  • roshani

    OUR CASUARINA TREE by Toru Dutt Extract 1 Ans 1 The tree referred to in the extract is the casuarina tree. The creeper is said to be like a python because it climbs and winds around the tree tightly and is so thick that it appears to embrace the tree till the summit. Ans 2 The creeper is thick and quite old since it has reached the summit of the tree. It is quite strong and covers the tree completely. It looks like a huge python crushing the tree in its grasp. Ans 3...

    Aesthetics, Casuarina, English-language films 551  Words | 3  Pages

  • Poems

    | our Casuarina Tree is a poem published in 1881 by Toru Dutt, an Indian poet. Its a perfect example of craftsmanship.In this poemToru Dutt celebrates the majesty of the Casuarina Tree and remembers her happy childhood days spent under it and revives her memories with her beloved siblings. ------------------------------------------------- Summary The poem begins with the description of the tree. The poet says that the creeper has wound itself round the rugged trunk of the Casuarina Tree, like...

    Casuarina, Dennis O'Neil, Poetry 579  Words | 2  Pages

  • Our Causarina Tree

    writes this in reminiscence of the Casuarina tree that grew in the courtyard of her childhood home. The poem opens with a description of the tree, tall enough to make it seem like it touches the stars, strong enough to continue growing despite scars on its trunk and despite all this it provides support to a creeper. And yet she gives it the air of a Gentleman when she describes how the tree is forever adorned with flowers and birds and bees. Thus we see the tree in her childhood was not only as a...

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  • The Education of Little Tree Summary

    The EdLittle Tree The Education of Little Tree starts here, when Little Tree’s mom passed away and his grandparents took him in. He lived during a time of racism and prejudice that had lived on for many years between white people and Indians. He encounters this first hand on the bus ride to the wagon trail. His grandparents did not have tickets and when they entered the bus, the driver proceeded to make a joke and say “How!” and everyone on the bus laughed. Though Little Tree did not know this,...

    Asa Earl Carter, Family, Grandparent 1728  Words | 5  Pages

  • tree

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  • Tree

    strategy use, builds fluency, enlarges vocabulary, and builds knowledge of the world. And so we are given a task to read Filipino fiction books. There is a range of choice of books that were given to us and I choose the book of F. Sionil Jose, entitled Tree. Francisco Sionil Jose or simply known as F. Sionil Jose, he is one of the most prominent authors of literary books in the Philippines; he created a lot of books that tackled the different issues such as domination, deliverance, compassion, social...

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  • On Killing A Tree

    Search all of eNotes Homework Help Stanza by stanza summary of the poem "On killing a Tree" by Gieve Patel and the rhyme... Topic: Poetry lantern | eNoter Posted June 23, 2010 at 8:13 PM via web 2 Stanza by stanza summary of the poem "On killing a Tree" by Gieve Patel and the rhyme scheme. Tagged with gieve patel, literature, poetry, rhyme scheme, summary 1 Answer | Add Yours lynnebh | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Senior Educator Posted June 23, 2010 at 10:39 PM (Answer #1) 5 I will get...

    Homework, Poetry, Rhyme 697  Words | 2  Pages

  • Be Our Guest Inc Summary

    Be Our Guest, Inc. In 1983, Stephen Lizio integrated his wide array of experiences in the wine and food industry to find Be Our Guest, Inc. in 1983. Primarily serving caterers, the company initially provided only labor through wait-staff but eventually expanded their services to include equipment like tables and chairs, which became the foundation of the business. Lizio gradually developed a core management team, comprising of himself as the Chairman, Al Lovata as the CEO, and Simone Williamson...

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  • Our Posthuman Future Summary

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  • Tree Plantation

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    Ecosystem, Forestry, Fruit 1837  Words | 6  Pages

  • Life and Contribution of Barkha Dutt

    Barkha Dutt was born in India on 18th December 1971 and is a noted TV journalist in India and at present is working for the NDTV. She was born to S.P. Dutt and Prabha Dutt. While her father was an official in Air India, her mother was a Chief of Bureau of the Hindustan Times for quite some time. She had her childhood days in New Delhi and New York. Barkha is indebted for her journalism skills to her mother, Prabha, a pioneer among women journalists in India. But Prabha Dutt died in 1984, when she...

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  • Tree Kangaroos

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  • Toru Dutt: Keats of the Indo-English Literature

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  • Tree Plantations

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  • Our Mission, Our Philosophy (Summary Final, Paper 1.)

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  • Poison Tree

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    2007 albums, Anger, Meter 1272  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Christmas Tree

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    Christmas, Christmas Eve, Christmas ornament 1182  Words | 3  Pages

  • Problem Tree

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    European Commission, European Union, Problem 1558  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tree Symbolism

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  • A Poison Tree : Analysed Thoroughly

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  • On Killing a Tree

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  • The Antipasmodic Activity of Molave Tree (Vitex Parviflora) Bark Extract in Albino Mice

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  • Decision Tree

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  • Summary/Critique of “Monuments to Our Better Nature”

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  • casuarinatee

    of the Laburnum tree planted by James on his birthday. Toru Dutt may have been much impressed by Hood’s simple, meaningful line, “The tree is living yet!” Toru Dutt will not abandon the Casuarina tree even though it is a constant reminder of her irreparable personal loss. Her eyes fill as she recalls the happy past and remembers the three care-free children playing in the garden, under its branches. And the tree loyally responds to her plaintive mood. With the poet, we strain our ears to hear the...

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  • Summary

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  • Decision Tree

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  • Bonsai Tree

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  • The Walnut Tree

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  • Unchopping a Tree Summary

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  • Tree of life

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  • Dollar Tree Analysis

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  • Summary

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  • summary

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  • Summary

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  • Christmas Tree

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  • Summary

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  • apple tree

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  • summaries

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  • Decorating a Christmas Tree

    a Christmas tree When Mark and I came across this beautiful log home for sale, we knew it was the prefect house for our family, so we bought it. The home had a 24 foot cathedral ceiling in the living room, and the couple that was selling the home offered to leave their 12 foot artificial fir Christmas tree. My husband agreed and said, “I bet it really looks nice all decorated.” Little did Mark realize that he would soon know, he should have said no thank you! Once we moved into our new home, decorating...

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  • summary

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  • Kill a Tree or Save Life

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  • Summary

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  • Summary

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  • The Tree of Life

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  • Summary

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