- 1 What does Of cabbages and kings mean?
- 2 What is the message of the Walrus and the Carpenter?
- 3 What is the rhyme scheme of the Walrus and the Carpenter?
- 4 Who spoke of cabbages and kings?
- 5 What is cabbage slang for?
- 6 Why the sea is boiling hot?
- 7 What does the walrus symbolize?
- 8 What does walrus mean?
- 9 Why did the Walrus and the Carpenter call out to the oysters to come along with them?
- 10 Why did the oyster turns a little blue?
- 11 How did the Walrus and the Carpenter convince the oysters to join them?
- 12 Who are the characters of the Walrus and the Carpenter?
- 13 What does the eldest Oyster do in the poem?
- 14 What was the eldest oysters reaction?
- 15 Why were the Walrus and Carpenter weeping?
What does Of cabbages and kings mean?
The full line is: “Let us talk of cabbages and kings Not the shadow waiting in the wings…” @zaguro So it means: “talking of many different things”? I have found this line in the song “Master of the Strings” Rudolf. The full line is: “Let us talk of cabbages and kings.
What is the message of the Walrus and the Carpenter?
Major Themes in “The Walrus and the Carpenter”: Deception, death, and wisdom are the major themes of this poem. Walrus and the Carpenter intend to eat the oysters. That is why they ask them to join for a walk. Being wise, an older oyster understands their intention and does not join them.
What is the rhyme scheme of the Walrus and the Carpenter?
The poem is composed of 18 stanzas and contains 108 lines, in an alternation of iambic tetrameters and iambic trimeters. The rhyme scheme is ABCBDB, with masculine rhymes throughout. The rhyming and rhythmical scheme used, as well as some archaisms and syntactical turns, are those of the traditional English ballad.
Who spoke of cabbages and kings?
Cabbages and Kings was one of O Henry’s first successful publications; it was inspired by the six months he spent living as an expatriate in Honduras. Cabbages and Kings is notable for having coined the phrase ‘banana republic’, bananas being Anchuria’s key export.
What is cabbage slang for?
an unintelligent person. (From “vegetable”.) You’re such a cabbage.
Why the sea is boiling hot?
“The time has come”, the Walrus said, “To talk of many things: Of shoes – and ships – and sealing wax – Of cabbages – and kings- And why the sea is boiling hot – And whether pigs have wings.”
What does the walrus symbolize?
As a totem, walrus represents calmness, care, love, social behavior, kind and sometimes compliant nature. People born under this totem or protected by it are gentle giants. They always take care of others and make them feel good.
What does walrus mean?
: a large gregarious marine mammal (Odobenus rosmarus of the family Odobenidae) of arctic waters related to the seals that has limbs modified into webbed flippers, long ivory tusks, a tough wrinkled hide, stiff whiskers, and a thick layer of blubber.
Why did the Walrus and the Carpenter call out to the oysters to come along with them?
The walrus and the carpenter are walking along the beach. They are unhappy about all the sand and think the beach would be better without it. They invite oysters to join them on their walk. It then becomes clear to the oysters that they are going to be eaten.
Why did the oyster turns a little blue?
They Oysters turned blue because they became suspicious of the Walrus’s intention. They guessed that the Walrus and the Carpenter were intending to eat them, why. abdulhaadiy209 is waiting for your help.
How did the Walrus and the Carpenter convince the oysters to join them?
The carpenter and the walrus tricked the oysters by saying we an go for a walk and have a meal the oysters agreed accept for the eldest one. It was harmful as they were intending to eat the oysters.
Who are the characters of the Walrus and the Carpenter?
- The White Rabbit.
- The Cheshire Cat.
- The Caterpillar.
- The Dormouse.
- The Mad Hatter.
- March Hare.
- Queen of Hearts.
What does the eldest Oyster do in the poem?
Answer: The oldest oyster says no to their offer, but 4 young oysters agree. And then many more young oysters come out of the sea and line up on a rock. The walrus tells the oysters that he is going to have a chat with them.
What was the eldest oysters reaction?
4. What was the eldest Oyster’s reaction? * The eldest Oyster looked at Walrus, winked his eye and shook his heavy head.
Why were the Walrus and Carpenter weeping?
Answer: After we’ve brought them out so far, And made them trot so quick!’ ‘I weep for you,’ the Walrus said: Some commentators have interpreted the predatory walrus and carpenter as representing, respectively, Buddha (because the walrus is large) and Jesus (the carpenter being the trade Jesus was raised in).