NCERT Solutions for Class 11 English Woven Words Chapter 10

Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds Class 11

Chapter 10 Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds Exercise Answers & Summary

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Word meaningsunderstanding the poem : Solutions of Questions on Page Number : 110

Q1 :  

The following two common words are used in a different sense in the poem. Guess what they mean

bark compass

 


Answer :

Bark: Ship

Compass: Time range

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Q2 :  

'Constancy' is the theme of the poem. Indicate the words, phrases and images that suggest the theme.


Answer :

Constancy is not just the theme of the poem but also it is the most important thing in any and every relationship. In the poem, there are many such phrases that express this quality. A few of the expressions are listed below.

1. Love is not love which alters

2. Love is not love which … bends

3. It is an ever-fixed mark

4. Never shaken

5. Love's not time's fool

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Q3 :  

Why do you think the poet has used so many 'negatives' to make his statement?


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Q4 :  

What does the line 'I never writ, nor no man ever loved' imply?


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Q5 :  

Love is presented as the subject or the doer of actions in the poem. Why do you think the poet has used this form rather than involving human agents?


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Q6 :  

Explain the phrases.

a. his bending sickle's compass

b. Time's fool


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