CBSE Class 10 Poetry The Frog and Nightangle. Students can download the specific chapters from the CBSE and NCERT text books from studiestoday.com. Please refer to the attached file to access the chapters. The books and specific chapters have been collected by the tutors on studiestoday for the benefit of CBSE students. They can access these chapters anywhere and use them for their studies.
1.The following is a summary of the poem but it is jumbled up. Write out the events in their correct order to form a continuous paragraph.
a) As a result, her voice lost its beauty, and the other creatures stopped coming to hear her sing.
b) Soon the nightingale became famous, and creatures from miles around came to hear her sing.
c) All the creatures in the bog cheered and clapped at her beautiful song.
d) He offered to train the nightingale, so that she could sing even more beautifully.
e) So the frog could sing unrivalled in the bog once more.
f) The next night the frog introduced himself.
g) The frog charged an admission fee, and earned a lot of money from these concerts.
h) A frog croaked all night in a bog, in an unpleasant voice.
i) But the frog made the nightingale rehearse continuously in the rain.
j) One night a nightingale began to sing in a melodious voice.
k) Finally the nightingale burst a vein and died.
2.Discuss the following questions and write the answers in your note-books.
a. Bring out the irony in the frog's statement - 'Your song must be your own'.
b. Do you think the end is justified?
c. Do you think the nightingale is 'brainless'? Give reasons for your answer.
d. Inspite of having a melodious voice and being a crowd puller, the nightingale turns out to be a loser and dies. How far is she responsible for her own downfall?
e. Do you agree with the Frog's inference of the Nightingale's character? Give reasons for your answer.
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