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CBSE NCERT Class 12 English Poems and Prose, Summary, Syllabus, Notes, CBSE class 12 English Reader (Flamingo) Chapter 2 - Lost Spring - Stories of. You can download class 12 English Core Revision Notes in PDF format. Download CBSE Revision Notes for CBSE Class 12 English Core Flamingo The Last. Chapter 4 - The Rattrap, Summary, Class 12, English Flamingo NCERT Solution Chapter 4 - Rattrap, Flamingo, English Class 12 pdf.
The story revolves around the life of Sophie, a teenager, who, like others of her age from a poor financial background, but hopes to be sophisticated in the future.
Sop being an actress or fashion designer, but her friend Jansie believes that both of th who is more realistic, tries to pull Sophie to reality, but in vain.
Sophie lives in a small house with her parents and brothers, Geoff and little Derek. She makes up a story about how she met him in the streets sensible than Sophie, does not really believe her, even if she wants to. It seems an in their street, but whe Sophie describes the meeting in all her details, he begins to Danny has promised to meet her somewhere again. Sophie gets so pulled into the story she made that she herself begins to believe th obviously, he never arrives.
Then, she makes her way home, wondering how her br Danny Casey never showed up.
Whe notices her corpse like ashen face which reminds her of her aproaching death. She The green trees racing past the speeding car are grim reminders of time which has her some respite a she is lost in her thoughts of old age. The children represent old back to the days of her idyllic youth when the mother had been young. Now she wa feel insecure.
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She had this feeling when ever she looked at her mother as she had l in her twiligh years had become as pale as the winter moon. She is happy to see her mother is still breathing.
But these are missing rootless weeds produces double effect.
Weeds indicate being unwante slum children are like rootless weeds unwanted by society and not belonging faces. Lines 3 to 8 Next, a few of the slum children are described. There is a tall girl whose head is w shame or a mixture of all the three.
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She is probably over-aged for the class. Anoth pop out from his thin body looking furtive like rats eyes. He seems to have inh his father. This could s arisen because of his poverty especially his inability to avail heath services at the is an unnoticed young boy. He is probably too young for poverty to have stifled squirrels game and about the tree house, absent mentally from the classroom. Lines 9 to 12 Spender then describes the classroom. The word sour used to describe the c condition.
Contradicting this state and the slum children are Shakespeares head dawn and a beautiful Tyrolese valley indicating beauty of nature and hope, dome o and progress and a world map awarding the children the world.
Lines 13 to 16 But the world of the slum children is the limited world that can be seen though map promises.
All these seem ironic when contrasted with the misery and hopele foggy, bleak and dull. This symbolises the bleak, dull life and future of Lines 17 to 24 The poet feels that the head of Shakespeare and the map are cruel temptations fo whose lives revolve around slyly turns dullness fog and hopelessness endl adventure ships , for a better future sun and for love. Their emaciated wasted b seemed to be wearing the clothes of skin covering their peeping bones and we looking like bottle bits mended.
The slum is their map as big as the doom of the c and dim. The poet repeatedly uses the word fog to talk about the unclear, vague an Lines 25 to 32 The only hope of a life beyond the slums that enclose their lives like catacombs schools or a visitor. The poem ends with the poet fervently hoping that slum chi better way of life.
He uses the words Break o break open to say that they have the slum world so that they can wander beyond the slums and their town on to t unlimited world. These can become their teacher and like dogs lapping up food the open pages leaves of nature and the world which is sustained whose langua Keeping Quiet This poem talks about the need for quiet introspection and creating feelings of mu human beings.
The poet suggests that he count to 12 and we all keep still.
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The purpose of this ex togetherness in the minds of all people. This symbolises the bleak, dull life and future of Lines 17 to 24 The poet feels that the head of Shakespeare and the map are cruel temptations fo whose lives revolve around slyly turns dullness fog and hopelessness endl adventure ships , for a better future sun and for love.
Their emaciated wasted b seemed to be wearing the clothes of skin covering their peeping bones and we looking like bottle bits mended. The slum is their map as big as the doom of the c and dim. The poet repeatedly uses the word fog to talk about the unclear, vague an Lines 25 to 32 The only hope of a life beyond the slums that enclose their lives like catacombs schools or a visitor.
The poem ends with the poet fervently hoping that slum chi better way of life. He uses the words Break o break open to say that they have the slum world so that they can wander beyond the slums and their town on to t unlimited world. These can become their teacher and like dogs lapping up food the open pages leaves of nature and the world which is sustained whose langua Keeping Quiet This poem talks about the need for quiet introspection and creating feelings of mu human beings.
The poet suggests that he count to 12 and we all keep still. The purpose of this ex togetherness in the minds of all people. In the twelve seconds of silence that the p on earth to not talk in any language, but to speak through their hearts and understa exotic moment, with silence. There would be no rush and no noise and all the peop stillness.
Fishermen in the sea would stop their act of killing and men who gather salt would from the burdens of their toil. For once, they would be able to pay heed to their selv People who fight wars would stop and walk about with all others, like brothers, doi The poet does not want total inactivity or death.
He feels that today, all the people and fulfilling their duties, that no one has time to think about themselves or others moments of silence, it would unite us in a strange silence and help us understand brotherhood and unity among us. According to the poet, we should all learn a lesson from the earth, who appears to is amazing life, which proves that there can be life under apparent stillness.
The believes that there are be treasured. He points out the intransient nature of beautiful things. THese things pleasure got by them is not momentary. THey are very valuable as they provide pea of faith and disappointment are the result of our own making.
Chapter 4 - The Rattrap, Summary, Class 12, English Flamingo | Chapter 4 - Rattrap | Class 12
The poet names a few beautiful thing which are simplest of things. These include daffodils ,clear springs ,musk roses growing in the wild are things that give joy and nature have an elixir of life. It is like a precious gift from heaven.
He only wants to earn a living, he Lines 7 to 13 However, no cars ever stop and the ones that even glance in the direction of the st relatedness out of sorts only comment about how the construction spoils the vie wrongly pointed North and South signs are or to notice without interest the wild be beautiful mountain scene. Lines 13 to 22 The farmer tells the rich travelers to keep their money if they meant to be mean an the sorrow he feels on being ignored.
He only wishes for some city money so tha beings expand portrayed by the movies and other media, which the political partie Lines 23 to 31 Frost goes on to say that even though these people have benefactors good-doers they can have easy access to the cinema and the store, they are actually selfish and only help these "pitiful kin" to indirectly advantage themselves.
The altruists w dependent on them for all their benefits and comforts, thus robbing them of the ab 'The ancient way' could mean the old way when people worked during the day and 'greedy good doers' who teach these people to not use their brain.
They are unable during day time or because they are troubled by their new lifestyle. Lines 32 to 43 Frost then talks about his personal feelings, saying that he can hardly bear the tho windows of the farmer's house seem to wait all day just to hear the sound of a car always disappointed, as vehicles only stop to enquire the price, to ask their way ah polished traffic' refers to the rich class who drive their cars to their destinations w unmindful of the countryside roadside stand and if at all they did get distracted by seemed out of place in it out of sorts.
Lines 44 to 51 According to the poet, the progress required has not been found by these country provide ample evidence to support this fact. He sometimes feels that it might be b and hardships of existence.
However, once rational thinking returns to his mind, he to do him this supposed service. In the first stanza, Aunt Jennifers situation and character is contrasted with her tapestry on which she has knitted tigers are very symbolic of what she wants to be like the tiger as expressed in the words "They pace in sleek chivalric certainty". The assuredness of the tiger or the confident bearing of the tiger as it is fearless of life screen bring to mind a being that is confident, self-assured and happy; all things th implies that Aunt Jennifer's tigers and their land are more vital and enjoy a sense o topaz connotes the sun and fierce energy, while green reminds one of spring and In the second stanza, Aunt Jennifer's present state is depicted.
Her fingers are "flu and mental weakness. She finds it difficult to pull the needle. She escapes from her difficult The final stanza contains imagery that reflects back on the first two stanzas.The book covers only five of his fourteen years with the Studios but captures that phase of Indian movie business when the key factors of the box office were imperceptibly shifting from the studios to the stars.
Still he gave last lesson to his students with utmost devotion and sincerity as ever. The tiger population had become extinct at Pratibandhpuram. India and its founder.
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Sanskrit Download - Sanskrit Sahitya parichay. She made him understand that if he wanted rest and peace he would be welcome next Christmas also. But he did not like to go into his house as he feared that he might be exposed and.
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