g)Briefly explain the values that you have learnt from the two young

boys of Verona?

2. Mrs. Packletides Tiger

a)In the story, Saki mocks the vainglorious and hypocritical behaviour of ladies of high social circles. Describe the use of humour and satire by the author in the story.

b)Do all means justify the ends? Explain with reference to the story Mrs. Packletides Tiger.

c)Mrs.Packletide was indeed a vainglorious woman, yet she was a better human being than her paid companion, Louisa Mebbin. Prove the veracity of this statement citing examples from the text.

d)We are jealous of others success and joy. Explain with reference to the story- Mrs. Packletides Tiger.

e)Saki 'S story MrsPackletides Tiger centres on the materialistic morals of man regarding big game hunting which had become a fashion towards the end of the century. Give reasons.

f)At the end of the day, Mrs. Packletide realized her folly. She sits back and write a diary entry expressing her anger and disappointment at the way she was being exploited by Miss Mebbin. As Mrs. Packletide, write this diary entry.

g)How could Mrs. Packletide face the cameras with a light heart though she had not killed the tiger?

h)Mrs.Packletide is vain and full of self-importance and can go to any

extent to maintain her public image. On the basis of your understanding of the story, Mrs. Packletides Tiger, briefly describe the values that can make one lead a truly happy life.

3.The Letter

a)Imagine you are the postmaster. Since you have realized the pain Ali has gone through, you are filled with remorse. Write a letter to your friend describing your feelings.

b)As he waits endlessly for news of his daughter and knowing that his end is near, Ali reflects on the journey of his life. As Ali, describe your feelings.

c)Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet. ―Aristotle. Explain with reference to The Letter.

d)Describe Ali as a devoted father.

e)The realization of love and separation changed Ali- Explain.

f)We need to show love, sympathy and fellow feeling to those who are in pain. Explain with reference to the The Letter.

g)The reality of life is portrayed by Dhamketu in his story The Letter.

h)Explain the reason for Alis transformation.

i)Ali had exhausted his patience but not his faith- Explain.

j)How was Alis faith finally vindicated?

k)Elucidate on the happiness Ali would have felt had the letter come before his death.

l)Ali is a true representative of modern parents who are abandoned by their children- Comment.

m)Todays youth is too engrossed in itself to care for their elders. What values does the story Letter arouse in you?

4.The Frog and the Nightingale.

a)What message does the poet try to convey through the poem, The Frog and the Nightingale?

b)How did the frog satisfy his greed through the nightingale song?

c)The frog remains unrepentant even at the death of the nightingale. Comment.

d)A poor self-image can do irreparable damage to us and give a handle to our crafty rivals to beat us with. Elaborate this statement with reference to the nightingale in the poem.

e)The bullying and wicked frog took his cruel revenge on the submissive nightingale. Justify this statement.

f)What is the moral that you learn from the poem The Frog and the Nightingale?

g)Its good to be ambitious, but not to be overambitious. Justify this statement in the light of your understanding of the poem The Frog and the Nightingale highlighting the values that you learn from it.


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