JKBOSE Class 9 English Tulip Poetry Chapter 3 Beauty Solution
JKBOSE (Jammu Kashmir State Board Of School Education) Class 9 English Solution Chapter 3 Beauty all Exercise Question Answers. Students of JK Board Grade 9 Standard can download all Answer.
Understanding the Poem
1.) What are the various things of beauty the speaker has seen?
Answer: The speaker has seen the beauty of the dawn, the sunset, the daffodils, the springing grass of April rain, beauty of the song of the blossoms and chant of the sea.
2.) What are the loveliest of all these things God has shown to the poet?
Answer: The loveliest of all these things God has shown to the poet is the beauty of his dear one’s voice, her hair, her eyes and the red curve of her lips.
3.) To whom do the words in the last line refer to ?
Answer: The last line refers to the poet’s beloved.
4.) Why does the poet compare dawn and sunset to slow old tunes?
Answer: Just like the old tunes, the rises and then sets slowly, so the poet compares dawn and the sunset to old tunes.
5.) How does God’s creation appear to the poet?
Answer: To the poet, God’s creation is the loveliest that he finds in his beloved’s voice, hair, eyes, and the red curve of her lips.
Learning about the literary device/s
1.) What does the poet mean by the song of the blossoms? What does it symbolise?
Answer: Song of the blossom means nothing but the newness of the life of the nature. It signifies the beauty and aura of the nature.
2.) What is the contrast between the last line and the rest of the poem? What does it suggest ?
Answer: In the rest of the poem, the poet appreciates the beauty of the nature whereas in the last line, the poet appreciates the beauty of his beloved. Nature’s and his beloved beauty both are creation of the god but his beloved’s beauty stands at the top of everything. In the rest of the poem, the poet is amazed by the beauty of the nature but in the last line, the poet is completely surprised by the beauty of his beloved.
1.) How does the poet describe beautiful things?
Answer: The poet describes beauty in a very unique way. In the beginning, he describes the beauty of the nature which can be seen in the dawn and in the sunset. Then he describes the beauty of the sound of the nature. He describes the beauty that can be heard in the sea waves. Finally, the poet describes the beauty of a woman i.e., his beloved. He feels that his beloved’s beauty is the loveliest of the all-nature’s beauty. His beloved’s voice, hair, eyes and the red curve of her lips are the loveliest things that he has ever seen.
2.) What is your idea of beauty? Share your thoughts with your group mates.
Answer: According to me, beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. There is beauty in everything around us. It takes a positive attitude to see the best in everything and everyone. There is beauty in nature.
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