NCERT English Class 9 The Brook by Tennyson — Analysis

August 29, 2013 at 9:31 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 18 Comments
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The Brook by Alfred Lord Tennyson

Stanza by stanza analysis

Stanza 1 ..

I come from haunts of coot and hern,
I make a sudden sally
And sparkle out among the fern,
To bicker down a valley.

Here Tennyson, a keen observer of Nature, personifies a rocky stream when he describes its cross country journey. This is why, the stream describes itself as a human being that observes the myriad manifestations of Nature along its path. This is why, the word ‘I’ appears as the narrator.

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  1. Very elaborated and a suitable gist for a classic natire poem by tennyson. Very helpful

  2. could not have been clearer.

  3. Thanx a lot …very helpful made the thoughts of the poem clearer in my mind..i will have my exams soon…greatly explained..thanx once again..”@”

  4. Its very good. This helped me do all the question and answers related to this poem.Very Helpful

  5. thanks it helps for the exams

  6. thanks for giving only one stanza meaning

  7. bakwas

  8. it is really helpfull

  9. thanx it is helpless

    • I thought you meant ‘helpful’. Any way, thanks for your appreciation.

  10. Awesome

  11. this helps me to ready all the question answers for exam

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