Animal Summary for Class 10 [EASY to LEARN; 2020]
Animal Summary ➢
➦ Walt Whitman thinks that he can live with animals more comfortably and with ease than human beings because animals are more peaceful and self-contained. They do not have any greed, they not lie like other human beings, they do not cry for their work or duty. They do not sweat and whine about their condition.
They not to fall on their knees to another like human beings. Though not respectable, no animal is unhappy but the human is greedy, unhappy, cry due to its bad work, they fall on knees, they respect other human beings. Poet say all these quality human did not have, but slowly time is change and all good quality is adopted by Animals and human carelessly lost these quality. So your Animals poem summary is completed.
About the Poet➠
Walt Whitman is the poet of Animals poem. Walt Whitman born in 31 May 1819 and die in 26 March 1892. He was an american poet and in the age when all poet was rhymed and metrical, Whitman made a break with tradition and wrote a revolutionary new kind of poem. He was nonconformist in all respect, including his social life.
3 ➵ Important lines from(Animal poem)
- Animal are not greedy, cry for thier work, they not fall on knees.
- Human are greedy, respectful, cry for thier work, fall on knees, and if they want something then they do work.
- Human sweat and whine about their condition, but all these quality human does not have before thousand year ago.
3 ➵ The important question for the Board exam(from Animal poem)
Question 1:- Explain the satisfaction that animals have and humans don’t. [CBSE 2014]
Answer:- Animals do not have the desire to possess worldly things. Whereas, the more humans own, the more their desire to own grows, leaving them dissatisfied forever. The absence of this greed in animals keeps them satisfied and its presence keeps humans dissatisfied.
Question 2:- It is not complaining but accepting a situation, the key to happiness in life. Elaborate in the context of the poem Animals’. [CBSE 2015]
Answer:- The poet Walt Whitman in his poem ‘Animals’ compares animals to human beings and differentiates between them on the basis of their characteristics. Animals have been ranked much higher than humans in the poet’s perception. Since animals do not complain about their situation, they are considered to be much happier than humans. Animals live in natural surroundings, they accept their natural lives. Humans, on the other hand, have never accepted nature, i.e., they complain about it and try to change it, leading to an unhappy life.
Question 3:- Differentiate between humans and animals in terms of desire.
Answer:- Animals are very different from humans as they have no desire to own things. They are happy without an unending greed while humans become maniacs in their greed for possessing valuables.
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3 ➵ Simple question for you(from Animal poem)
- Who is the poet of Animals poem?
- Why human are more greedy then animals?
- When human does not have these bad qualities?
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