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13.Three Days to See
Q.5.What are the things Helen is eager to see in New York?
Ans. Hellen was eager to see New York. She would see the busy schedule of the people there. People in large groups went there on their works. No other city is full of as many activities and conditions of men as New York . The city looks like heaven. The glittering spires and splendid buildings grant New York a heavenly sight. She would show her emotion towards the people’s smilling determined and suffering faces.
Q.6.What do you know about Helen Keller’s life?
Ans. Hellen Keller was born in 1880. She had turned totally blind, deaf and dumb when she was less than two years old .She learnt to read ,write and even speak under the guidance of Mrs. Sullivan .She graduated from Radcliff college at the age of 24. She published several books. She was no doubt, a wonderful lady.
Q.7.What, according to Heller, are the small, simple things that transform a house into a home?
Ans. The warm colours in the rugs, the pictures on the walls and printed books are the small, simple things that transform a house into a home.
Q.8. How does Heller Keller remember her teacher, Mrs. Anne Sullivan?
Ans. Mrs. Anne Sullivan Macy was Hellen’s dear teacher. She came to her when she was a child. she opened the outer world to Hellen . Her kindness and affection had made Hellen’s life worth living .she gave her the strength of Character with which she could stand firm in the face of difficulties ,Now Hellen wanted to see the outline of her face. So that she could cherish it in her memory. She wanted to study her face and find in it the living evidence of the sympathetic tenderness and patience. Thus, Hellen Keller remembered her teacher.
Q.9. What is Hellen Keller’s advice to those who would make full use of their senses?
Ans. Hellen Keller advises people to make full use of their senses. This world is full of diversities. Nature is full of Various sights. People should hear the music of voices, the songs of birds and the mighty strains of orchestra. She advise the people to touch each object, smell the perfume of flowers ,taste with relish , each morsel . They should try to enjoy pleasures and beauty which the world reveals to them through various means of contact.
Q.10. What was the result of Hellen’s testing her seeing friend?
Ans. Hellen was blind. She wanted to test her seeing friend to discover whether they see or not and what they see. Most of the persons are least observant. One of her friends had recently returned from a long walk in the woods. When she was asked about her observations, she simply replied ‘Nothing is particular’.
13.Three Days to See part-2