TODAY WE ARE GOING TO TELL YOU SOME IMPORTANT QUESTION OF CLASS – 10 HM M.P.BOARD 18.The Tables Turned
18.The Tables Turned
Q.1.what does the poet want us to see in the poem ? – William Wordsworth
Ans. He wants us to see the beauty of nature.
Q.2. How is nature more beneficial than books?
Ans. Books have limited knowledge but nature has vast knowledge in it . so we can learn more from nature than books.
Q.3. what does the poet say about books ?
Ans. He says that books are uninteresting and endless debate.
Q.4. what can the forest teach us?
Ans. The forest can teach us more of man of moral evil and good than all the sages can.
Q.5.How does Nature keeps us healthy?
Ans. Nature and health are synonymous. without nature we are unable to breathe. Medicines help in curing diseases, but only nature makes us healthy again.
Q.6. what does Nature bring and man destroy?
Ans. The knowledge that nature us man destroys it by his meddling intellect. We misshape the beautiful forms of thing. We dissect them and murder them.
Q.7.why does the poet want his readers to leave their books? 2015
Ans. The aim of gaining knowledge is to enlighten us .but the knowledge and wisdom from books proves burdensum and strains us. Instead we can get knowledge and wisdom from nature and that will make us ‘light’ and happy. So he asks his readers to give up books.
Some important Central ideas
Q.1. write the central ideas of the poem ‘children’.
Ans. The poet says that children spread joy and relieve us from worries of life. Their careless happy looks are more valuable than the wisdom of books .he compares them to the sweetest songs. To the poet they are living poems everything else is lifeless.
Q.2 write the central ideas of the poem ‘Anger’.
Ans. Anger is a bad thing. It takes away the attraction of a face as clouds impede the sun lighting the part of the earth. The acts done in state of anger are always repented. The harm caused can never be undone. The poet says that a young man who keeps his temper is noble brave and wise.
Q.3. write the central ideas of the poem ‘The Tables Turned’.
Ans. The poet says that it is better to know and enjoy Nature than to seek learning and wisdom in books. We should allow our minds and hearts to be shaped and formed by nature than to try to analyses and reason out things. We kill beauty and life when we dissect other things by Nature.
M.P.BOARD 18.The Tables Turned