As you read the second stanza what pictures come to your mind Be ready to describe them in your own words to the rest of the class English CBSE Class 9 NCERT Solutions

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As you read the second stanza, what pictures come to your mind? Be ready to describe them in your own words, to the rest of the class. English-CBSE-Class-9 NCERT Solutions

Question from "The Solitary Reaper"
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Mesmerised by the song of the nightingale, Wordsworth went on comparing the song of the solitary reaper to nightingale and cuckoo. When the fatigued and exhausted travellers in the Arabian Desert take shelter in the oasis (shady haunt) to take rest, the nightingale welcomes them with her sweet song. But the nightingale with its sweet melody could not surpass the enchanting effect of the solitary Reaper. Another bird Cuckoo also hast its melodious effect on us. According to the poet, the Cuckoo bird breaks the silence of the Hebrides with its sweet music. But even it does not have a thrilling voice as the solitary Reaper.

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