- 1 What is the moral of the poem The Frog and the Nightingale?
- 2 What message does the poem The Frog and the Nightingale convey?
- 3 How did the frog rule over the Nightingale?
- 4 Why do you think the frog could control the Nightingale?
- 5 What is the central theme of the poem?
- 6 What message does the poet wish?
- 7 What does the fog do in the end?
- 8 Where did the frog croak How long did he croak everyday?
- 9 What did the frog do all day?
- 10 What did the nightingale do in the bog every evening?
- 11 What did the frog claim?
- 12 Where did the frog croak?
What is the moral of the poem The Frog and the Nightingale?
The moral of the poem “The Frog and the Nightingale” by Vikram Seth is that one should not be persuaded by flattery to be something one is not. When the nightingale first shows up in the bog, she has a beautiful voice. When she sings to “the whole admiring bog,” they are rapt with admiration and attention.
What message does the poem The Frog and the Nightingale convey?
1 Answer. The poet wants to convey that one should exercise one’s individuality and reasoning without letting others lead one blindly. One should realize one’s limitations and not let others exploit them.
How did the frog rule over the Nightingale?
Being jealous, the frog took the nightingale into confidence and made an evil plan to get rid of her. He became her trainer and made her sing excessively for long hours.
Why do you think the frog could control the Nightingale?
The innocent nightingale was trapped by the clever frog. It requested the frog to train it and praised it by saying that it was the great musician Mozart. The frog agreed hesitantly but would charge a fee. The frog forced the little delicate bird to sing in bad weather, for long hours which made her weak.
What is the central theme of the poem?
The central idea of a poem is the poem’s theme or ‘what it’s about’ if you like. Although many shy away from poems being ‘about’ something, at the end of the day, the poet had something in mind when it was written, and that something is the central idea, whatever it is or might have been.
What message does the poet wish?
Through the poem, the poet wants to convey the message that one should always take decisions after careful thought and keeping in mind the welfare of others.
What does the fog do in the end?
The answer is explained below.
on silent haunches and moves on. From the above lines, it is clear that at the end fog moves on. The comparison of fog to a cat is very appropriate because the one who reads the poem, realize that the fog approaches stealthily, just like a cat.
Where did the frog croak How long did he croak everyday?
Summary: Once a frog lived in a swamp. Every night, the frog used to croak from dusk to down continuously. His voice was so bad that all other creatures were highly disturbed but they had no choice. They had to put up with such a horrible singing every night.
What did the frog do all day?
1. What did the frog do all the day? Ans. He slept conveniently all day on a log.
What did the nightingale do in the bog every evening?
Answer: A dog and a dream led Florence Nightingale into nursing. She was remembered by so many soldiers for her habit of carrying a lamp at night as she visited the wounded to give aid and comfort, that she ultimately was given the nickname of “The Lady of the Lamp”.
What did the frog claim?
Answer: Yes, she asks the frog (who claims to be a music critic) his opinion of her song despite having an appreciative audience the previous night; does not show much faith in her own ability. She is gullible and easily influenced.
Where did the frog croak?
Three areas that are highly involved in frog calls are the preoptic area, the medulla-midbrain junction, and the medulla-spinal cord junction. The preoptic area is important in order the frog to initiate mate calling.