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How was the scene in the school, on the morning of the last lesson, different from that on other days? [CBSE Delhi 2008] [CBSE (AI) 2015]

Question: How was the scene in the school, on the morning of the last lesson, different from that on other days? [CBSE Delhi 2008] [CBSE (AI) 2015]

Answer: Generally, there would be a great bustle, closing and shutting of desks, lessons repeated loudly in unison, rapping off the teachers’ ruler on the table, all of which could be heard out in the street. But that everything was quite different. There was no noise. All were in their seats, Franz walked in late and M. Hamel let him calmly. He then noticed that his sir was dressed in his best clothes and there were the elders of the village seated in the class. It was a bit later that Franz realised why the day was different. It was their last French lesson.


Question: How was the scene in the school, on the morning of the last lesson, different from that on other days? [CBSE Delhi 2008] [CBSE (AI) 2015]


More Question-

  1. Why was the peddler surprised when he knocked on the door of the cottage? [CBSE (AI) 2011]
  2. “Edla sat and hung her head even more dejectedly than usual.” Which two reasons forced her to behave in that manner? [CBSE (F) 2010]
  3. How is ‘Shakespeare's wicked and the map a bad example’ for the children of the school in a slum?
  4. How does the poem, ‘An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum’, portray the children?
  5. What message does Stephen Spender convey through the poem: ‘An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum’?
  6. What is the message that Stephen Spender wants to convey through this poem?
  7. Explain; ‘From fog to endless night.’
  8. What is the irony in ‘run azure on gold sands?’
  9. What is the theme of the poem, ‘An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum’?
  10. The poet says, ‘And yet, for these children, these windows, not this map, their world...’ Which world do these children belong to? Which world is inaccessible to them?
  11. In spite of despair and disease pervading the lives of the slum children, they are not devoid of hope. How far do you agree?
  12. What does the poet want for the children of the slums?
  13. What does Stephen Spender want to be done for the children of the school in a slum?
  14. 'So blot their maps with slums as big as doom,' says Stephen Spender. What does the poet want to convey?
  15. How does the poet describe the classroom walls?
  16. What picture of male chauvinism (tyranny) do we find in the poem, ‘Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers’?
  17. How are the tigers different from her?
  18. What is the weight that lies heavy on Aunt Jennifer’s hand? How is it associated with her husband?
  19. What will happen to Aunt Jennifer’s tigers when she is dead?
  20. How does the poet describe Aunt Jennifer’s tigers?
  21. What do you mean by the certainty that the tigers possess?
  22. How has Aunt Jennifer created her tigers? What traits of tigers do they reveal?


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