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18. The Bridge Builder
– Well Allen Dromgoole
Q.1.what did the old man’s fellow pilgrim tell him about his attempt at building a bridge across the chasm?
Ans. The old man’s fellow pilgrim called his labour futile . his journey would end that evening . he would never pass that way again . Therefore , his attempt at building a bridge across the chasm would be of no use for him.
Q.2.What did the old man tell his fellow pilgrim?
Ans. The old man told his fellow pilgrim that a youth was following him . While travelling in the twilight he might slip his feet and fall into the pit . Therefore , he was building the bridge for his safety .
Q.3.What is the moral conveyed by The Bridge Builder?
Ans. The Bridge Builder conveys the following morals :
- Do good and forget .
- Help others and you will be helped.
- Be generous and helpful even to the strangers .
- Don’t be selfish
- Always act for the benefit of humanity.
- Be humane.
- Always adopt a helpful attitude towards others .
Q.4. What is the world of today replete with?
Ans. The world of today is called the Kaliyug. Most of the people are mean, greedy, of loose morals and insincere. They are after grinding their own axes by hook or by crook. They are least concerned with others weal, woe or welfare.
Q.5. How can we call ‘The Bridge Builder’s ‘ a beautiful poem?
Ans. The Bridge Builder is a beautiful poem from all angles. It has the rhyming scheme a b throught the poem. Its them is noble. It has a religious and moral content.It tells us about the utility of selfless labour . It reveals the diverse nature of two pilgrims.