Today, I will dive in deep to explain the Poem ‘An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum by Stephen Spender’. I ensure you will get a complete idea to write the summary, central idea, and explanation of the poem orderly.
Through these lines, poet says that there are two types of people, one who believe that the world would end by the fire, while the other type consider the ice as the most disastrous element. However, the poet feels that the fire is more
disastrous as it is associated with the desires, which ultimately are the reason behind the various clashes in the world
This poem is the description of the childhood memories of the writer during the rainy season. It refreshes the memories where the writer would lie on the bed during the rain and would hear the melodious sound of the raindrops.
This poem is about the poet’s desire to stay lonely in a small cabin near the Lake Isle of Innisfree. He wants to build the cabin with clay and wattles, and grow nine rows of beans. He also mentions that he wants to place a honey hive outside his cabin to hear the mesmerizing humming and buzzing sound of bees.
The chapter is the continuation of the first part of ‘The Hundred Dresses’. It starts with the scene where all the children of Room number 13 are adoring the hundred drawing sheets of Wanda Petronski, each sheet consists of a differently
The story describes the story of a polish girl named Wanda Petronski, whose family had shifted to America. Therefore, she had to attend the school with American children, who used to make fun of her name as they find it to be quite strange and weirdest in the classroom.
This extract from ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ tells us the real-life story of this young girl. She and her family hid from the Nazis for two years in the Secret Annex before they were betrayed and captured. Anne died in the concentration camp shortly after her fifteenth birthday, but her diary survived to tell her story.
This chapter named Childhood, is extracted from the biography of Missile Man of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, named Wings of Fire. Like its name, the chapter talks about the childhood memories of A.P.J