CBSE Class 10 English Mirror Assignment. Students are advised to refer to the attached assignments and practice them regularly. This will help them to identify their weak areas and will help them to score better in examination. Parents should download and give the assignments to their children for practice.
Poem at a Glance
The mirror describes itself.
It is silver-coloured and exact.
It doesn’t suffer from pre-conceived notions or pre-thoughts.
It is not affected by love, hate or other emotions.
The mirror reflects, whatever it sees, faithfully and objectively.
The mirror meditates on the opposite wall most of the times.
Another form of the mirror is a lake.
A women bends over it searching for her youth and beauty.
The woman sees her face in the mirror everyday and day by day she grows older.
She realizes that she has lost her beauty and youth.
The turns to candles and the moon who are just liar and never present exact and true images.
The mirror never deceives. The women feels agitated when reality bites her.
She is quite restless to realize that she is no more young and beautiful.
She feels terrible as a fish feels when it is out of water.
Literary Devices in the poem
I (mirror has been imaged as a person)
I am a lake.
SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS
(To be answered in not more than 30-40 words each)
1. The mirror says- ‘I am not cruel, only truthful’ Discuss.
Ans. The mirror says that it has no personal feelings. It is neither cruel not hardhearted. It is only truthful. It reflects or shows whatever it sees in all its exactness. It does not hide, twist or distort anything. In other words, it accepts the reality as it is. In this sense the mirror is ‘the eye of a little god’. Its four corners include the entire world. It looks at things from all the corners. Its observation is impartial.
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