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A Visit To Cambridge | When I Set Out For Lyonnesse
Stephen Hawking said, “I’ve had no choice.” Does the writer think there was a choice? What was it?
Yes, the writer believed there was a decision for Stephen Hawking. In spite of his paralysis, he chose to live creatively.
Which is the right Sentence?“I felt a huge relief... in the possibilities of my body.” In the given context, the highlighted words refer to
Did the prospect of meeting Stephen Hawking make the writer nervous? If so, why?
Did he at the same time feel very excited? If so, why
Guess the first question put to the scientist by the writer.
“I could feel his anguish.” What could be the anguish?
What endeared the scientist to the writer so that he said he was looking at one of the most beautiful men in the world?
Read aloud the description of ‘the beautiful’ man. Which is the most beautiful sentence in the description?
If ‘the lantern’ is the man, what would its ‘walls’ be?
What is housed within the thin walls?