Sunday, 28 June 2020

P-7 A Thing of Beauty is a Joy for Ever

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P-7 A Thing of Beauty is a Joy for Ever
John Keats

A1- Because loveliness of a beautiful thing never dies. Its appeal never fades away.


A2- The beautiful things like natural sights, plants, birds etc. keep us attached to this earth.

A3- Eternal beauty cheers up our spirits and removes the sadness. When we look at a beautiful thing, we forget our worries.

A4- The musk roses bloom in the middle of the forest.

A5- The objects of nature like the sun, the moon, the shady trees, the daffodils, the flowery bushes are beautiful.

A6- The works of literature, such as plays and tales are also things of beauty.

A7- The idea of beauty never dies. It is immortal. Its impact never fades.

Ex-2 Underline the odd words-
Answers as follow
1. Happy
2. Open
3. Tiny
4. ugly
5. Centre
6. miserable
Ex-3 Comprehension- Some shape of …….. are daffodils.

A1- A thing of beauty moves away the pall from our dark spirits.

A2- The sun, the moon are the heavenly bodies mentioned in the above lines.

A3- Beauty is a joy forever. And these are beautiful things. Thus these can cheer up our gloomy spirits.

A4- All flowers are beautiful. So they can also cheer up our souls.

A5- Keep-sleep, Moon –Boon, Drink- Brink.

Main Idea- A Thing of Beauty Is a Joy For Ever’ is a beautiful poem written by John Keats. This poem gives us a beautiful message about life. He says that a thing of beauty is a joy forever. Because loveliness of a beautiful thing never dies. Its appeal never fades away. A thing of beauty moves away the pall from our dark spirits.


7. A Thing of Beauty is Joy Forever
Some shape of beauty moves away the pall
From our dark spirits. Such the sun, the moon,
Trees old and young, sprouting a shady boon
For simple sheep; and such are daffodils.

Q1. Name the poem and the poet.
Ans. The name of the poem is ‘A Thing of Beauty is Joy Forever’. The name of the poet is John Keats.
Q2. What moves away the pall from our dark spirits?
Ans. A thing of beauty moves away the pall from our dark spirits.

Q3. Name the heavenly bodies mentioned in this stanza.
Ans. The sun and the moon are heavenly bodies.

Q4. List two rhyming words in the stanza.
Ans. Moon-boon.