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7 comments:

  1. SIR
    DO THE REFERENCE OF EEL HAVE ANY SIGNIFICANCE IN THE STORY VANKA OF STANDARD10?

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  2. The reference to Eel is significant as he leads a more comfortable, free and loving life as compared to Vanka.

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  3. sir
    can we use english blog for other subjects too

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  4. SIR
    WHAT IS THE ANSWER OF 6 TH QUESTION OF STANDARD 10 ONAM EXAMINATION?IS IT THE YOUNG WOMAN OR THE POET??????????????????????????????????????????

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  5. The sixth question is "Who is the speaker in the poem?" The young woman, a neighbour of the poet, is the speaker. She tells the tale of a 'childlike thing' she did when she was a little girl.

    ("A Girl's Garden" by Robert Frost is a narrative poem. He uses the third person "she" throughout the poem to portray a little girl who is the central character of the poem and at the same time is the tale-teller now, when she has been a grown-up woman. This idea is further substantiated by the sentence "The woman uses the tale to say something about village life and her understanding of it", given under Activity 1 in page 39 of the text book. The woman is none other than the little girl in the poem "A Girl's Garden".)

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  6. I think the speaker is the poet/ neighbour of the girl,who is now an adult woman living in town

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  7. Jijimol Mathew SJHSS VellayamkudyMonday, September 18, 2017 6:33:00 AM

    I think the speaker in the poem is the poet himself. Because the woman doesn't speak in the poem. She might have narrated the incident to the poet earlier, and it's the poet who tells us the incident. He says "she asked her father...."So the speaker in the poem is the poet,as the girl doesn't speak in the poem.

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