Snowy Evening & Daffodils|9th summary|tutoronlines

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Number of  Topics Name of  Topics
1 Outstanding
2 Standing
3 Easy

A Snowy Evening

QUOTATION:-

1-“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”

2- “There is pleasure in the pathless woods, there is rapture in the lonely shore, there is society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar; I love not Man the less, but Nature more.”

3- “My little horse must found it queer to stop there”

4-“Whose woods these are? I think, I know”

5-“Nature speaks let me enjoy with you”.

6-“The woods are lovely, dark, and deep. But I have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep.”

 

Summary of the Poem for Brilliant students

 

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”

This poem has been written by Robert Frost an American poet. Most of his poems describe nature and its beauty. This poem tells us about the story of a man travelling through some large and distant forest. The poet is travelling through the woods. It is the darkest evening of the year. The woods are very lovely. The cool wind is blowing which makes the branches moving and chirping with it. The poet is moving.

“There is pleasure in the pathless woods, there is rapture in the lonely shore, there is society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar; I love not Man the less, but Nature more.”

He stopped in the woods to enjoy their natural beauty. The woods are seemed to the poet very lovely that he wants to stop there for a long time. But the horse must found it queer to stop.

“My little horse must found it queer to stop there”

.The horse found it queer to stop there because the woods are very deep and it is the darkest evening of the year and the other reason is that there is no farm house nearby.

“Whose woods these are? I think, I know”.

The landowner lives in the village nearby. He (poet) wants to stop in these lovely woods because woods are lovely, deep, and with the slowly moving breeze.

“Nature speaks let me enjoy with you”.

The poet wants to stay in the lovely and dark woods but he has many to keep and his responsibilities are waiting for him. His responsibilities pull him out of the woods and also he was many things to do before going to bed.

“The woods are lovely, dark, and deep. But I have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep.”

 

Summary of the Poem for Average Students:-

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”

This beautiful poem is written by Robert Frost. It tells us about a man who was on the way to his home. One winter evening, the narrator stops his sleigh to watch the snow falling in the woods. At first, he worries that the owner of the property will be upset by the presence. Then he remembers that the owner lives in the village and he is free to enjoy the beauty of the falling snow.


The sleigh horse is confused by the master’s behaviour. His farmhouse is far away. The horse shakes his harness bells in impatience. After enjoying the scene of the snow falling, the narrator reluctantly continues on his way. He remembers that he has to accomplish many miles before going to sleep.

 

Daffodils


Quotation:

1 “I wandered lonely as a cloud”.

2“Fluttering and dancing”.

3 “Tossing their heads in sprightly dance”

4 “And dances with the daffodils”

5“She turned to the sunlight
And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbour:
“Winter is dead.”
6“When we decide to quit the treadmill and understand how and when we must let loose, we can breathe the air of inner freedom and scent the fragrance of the daffodils in the garden of our dreams”

Summary of the Daffodils Poem: ( Outstanding )


This beautiful and charming poem has been written by William Wordsworth. He is the poet of nature. In this poem, the poet elaborates the real beauty of nature. He presented him as a cloud that wanders alone. He shares his experience of enjoyment when he saw a field of daffodils beside the bank of a lake. When he was wandering in the countryside. Here, the poet used a figure of speech ‘simile’ when he says that

“I wandered lonely as a cloud”.

He compared himself with a cloud that roams here and there. The flowers were in full bloom and were moving because the breeze was blowing. In this poem, Wordsworth used another term ‘personification’ in which non-living things are attributed as living things. Daffodils that the poet saw were moving because of the wind whereas the poet mentioned them as they were

“Fluttering and dancing”.

The poet says that the daffodils were looking like stars that were shining and twinkling. They were a lot in numbers that he saw at one glimpse. Again he used personification and says that they were

“Tossing their heads in sprightly dance”

The poet recalls that sight and says that the waves of water within the lake were also sparkling and dancing with pleasure. But they didn’t inspire the poet as much as the daffodils. The poet felt light hearted by enjoying that cheerful company. He continued to look at that scene. He felt that he had gained a wealth of happiness from that sight

That sight fascinated and delighted the poet and left an everlasting impression on him. Whenever he felt loneliness, restlessness, or bored, he used to memorize those beautiful daffodils. That scene came into his imagination and became a source of joy and pleasure. He feels that his heart becomes delightful

“And dances with the daffodils”

In this poem, the poet used figurative language and presented nature such as fields, clouds, hills, breeze, lakes, daffodils, stars, and trees in an artistic manner.

Summary of the Daffodils Poem: (week student)


This poem is written by William Wordsworth. Once the poet saw some daffodils growing on the bank of a lake. They were large in number. They were shining like stars. The poet was very happy to see this sight. Whenever he is alone in his room, this sight comes before his eyes. He is delighted. His heart begins to dance with joy. It has become a permanent source of happiness for him.

memories of nature:

The form of poetry is lyrical and the rhyme scheme is ABABCC in each stanza throughout the poem and it is spoken in the first person through the speaker recalling their memories of nature.

The whole poem is a recital of the speaker’s memory and requires the reader to have an imagination to truly visualise the speaker’s memory within their mind. If it weren’t for the speaker’s imagination and ability to use poetic techniques to create a picture for others to read, there would be no poem. The speaker looks back on an experience and uses his imagination to turn it into something vivid and different.

The personification of the daffodils throughout the poem are used imaginatively, they are said to be “dancing” but they are just being blown by the wind but the activity of dancing seems to evoke a pleasant feeling, it is like the daffodils are alive, living and vivid in the reader’s mind/imagination. The reader then starts to notice life in everything else and in doing so this makes them feel more alive. The speaker’s inward eye is a symbol for or metaphor for their imagination, which they bring up whenever they are in a “vacant or .. pensive mood.” The reader is being taken on the journey of the speaker’s memory and asked to use their imagination.

Theme:

The concept of this poem is about the speaker’s joy for the beauty of daffodils and what they mean to him and mankind’s relationship to the natural world. Throughout this poem, the speaker is admiring the natural world and its beauty. The themes of this poem are nature and humanity, memory and imagination. The speaker is the symbol for humanity and the daffodils are the symbol of nature. In the poem, humanity is a part of nature and humans having a strong bond with nature creates real and not synthetic human happiness, for example, mobile devices.

The speaker uses beautiful natural imagery to encourage the reader to appreciate the beauty of nature and what it has to offer. The speaker appears to be lonely at the beginning of the poem but the presence and sight of the daffodils become ingrained in the speaker’s vivid memories. The cloud is a metaphor for the speaker and in using this metaphor it represents that humanity can be one with nature.

Without nature we all of humanity would be lonely, we would be like the cloud this is why the poem has its name. The poem is trying to convince the reader of the positive effects of having an active engagement with nature. In today’s age, this poem is so important because we do not have an active engagement or appreciation for nature, we destroy it and in doing so we are destroying our happiness and replacing it with material possessions.

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