Fire and Ice Summary for Class 10 [EASY to LEARN; 2020]
Fire and Ice Summary Start ➢
➦ In Fire and Ice poem, there are two words first is Fire and second is Ice and these words meaning is so different from their actual word means, fire represents Desire and Ice represent Hate.
And in this poem, the poet refers to two predictions of how this world will end. Poet teaches us- Some people say the world will end in the fire means desire. But according to other people the world will end with ice means hate.
The poet equal desire with fire and ice means the poet thinks both are growing at such a rapid speed that the world will ends. Fire means desire has power for the end of this world but if this world ends twice then ice means hate is also capable of the world ending. So your poem is complete.
About the Author ➠
Robert Frost writes dust of snow poem. And Robert Frost born on 26 March 1874 and died on 29 January 1963. He was an American poet, his work was initially published in England before it was published in America. One of the most popular and critically respected American poets of the 20th century.
4 ➵ Important lines from( Fire and Ice poem)
- Fire and ice have two different meaning Fire represent Desire and ice represent hate.
- Fire means deire have power to end this world but if world end twice then ice means hate is also more powerful.
- Poet have equate desire means they believe that fire and ice both are cabale to end this world.
- But in this real world hate(Hindu-muslim, religion conflict) and desire(profit, greed) both grow rapidly.
4 ➵ The important question for the Board exam(from Fire and Ice poem)
Question 1:- Briefly write about the idea of how the world will end. [CBSE 2016]
Answer:- The world will end as a direct result of either fire or ice. Some scientists believed that the world would be incinerated from its fiery core, while others were convinced that the coming ice age would destroy all living things on the Earth’s surface.
Frost introduces a more emotional side, associating desire with fire and hatred with ice. The poem, thus, does not allow for any other opinions in the black and white debate between fire and ice.
Question 2:- What would be the causes of destruction? [CBSE 2015]
Answer:- Ice or fire would be the cause of destruction.
Question 3:- What is the poet’s opinion of the world in these lines? [CBSE 2014]
Answer:- In the poet’s opinion the world will end in fire.
Question 4:- How will the world end? Support your answer in the scientific explanation? [CBSE 2014]
Answer:- According to the scientists, the two reasons for the destruction of the world will be either fiery core or the ice age.
Some scientists believed that the world would be incinerated from its fiery core, while others were convinced that a coming ice age would destroy all living things on the Earth’s surface. In other words, either the deep heat or fire under the Earth beds will lead to natural calamities like volcano eruptions, earthquakes and tsunamis which will one day end the world or the melting of ice from the snowy mountains due to global warming will shrink the world. As a result, one day the entire world will die of the icy water. Frost, thus, tries to warn people against the two greatest problems facing humanity and the consequences of human vices with an increased effectiveness.
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4 ➵ Simple question for you(from Fire and Ice poem)
- Who is the author of Fire and Ice poem.
- What is meaning of fire and ice?
- How world will end.
- In my point of view world will end due to ice meand desire, greed. Do you agree.
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