QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
QUESTIONS GIVEN WITHIN THE LESSON
Q: How do you compare the daffodils with the stars?
Ans: The comparison of the daffodils with stars of milky way suggests that the daffodils are beautifying the earth as the stars are making the sky beautiful.
Q: How does the poet feel in the company of daffodils?
Ans: The waves of the lake were also dancing with the daffodils. But the daffodils looked more beautiful and happy in their dance. The poet felt a great happiness in such a joyous company.
EXERCISE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q: What is the central idea of the poem?
Ans: The central idea of the poem is that the beauty of nature has healthy, purifying, everlasting and enduring impact on human beings.
Q: What do the daffodils represent in the poem?
Ans: Daffodils represent the beauty of nature and its health, purifying, everlasting and enduring impact on human beings.
Q:What "wealth" do memories of the scene give to the poet?
Ans: Memories of the scene give "wealth" of natural beauty, happiness, spiritual joy, pleasure and ecstasy to the poet.
Q: List the word that heighten the sound effect in the poem.
Ans: The following words heighten the sound effect in the poem:cloud, crowd, hills, daffodils, trees, breeze.
Q: How has the poet heightened the impact of the poem by using the figurative language?
Ans: The poet prints images of lakes, fields, trees and stars in an artistic manner. The poet compares daffodils to the Milky Way galaxy and dreams to dance with daffodils. In this way, the poet heightens the impact of the poem by using the figurative language.