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A Visit To Cambridge | When I Set Out For Lyonnesse
In the first stanza, find words that show (i) that it was very cold. (ii) that it was late evening. (iii) that the traveller was alone
(i) rime(ii) starlight(iii) lonesomeness
“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?
What general conclusion does the writer draw from this comparison?
What is the scientist’s message for the disabled?
Why does the writer refer to the guitar incident? Which idea does it support?
The writer expresses his great gratitude to Stephen Hawking. What is the gratitude for?
Complete the following sentences taking their appropriate parts from boththe boxes below.(i) There was his assistant on the line ...(ii) You get fed up with people asking you to be brave, ...(iii) There he was, ...(iv) You look at his eyes which can speak, ...(v) It doesn’t do much good to know ...