11th English Book III (A Man of Words and not of Deeds)

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      • This chapter is from the 11th class English book 3 and it has been written by Charles Perrault. we have presented the important questions and main idea of this chapter for the intermediate (first year) fsc fa ics i.com first year students.
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      • The poem 'A Man of Words and Not of Deeds' criticises the person who is fond of talking and does little work. He keeps on boasting and making tall claims about himself. Such a person is like a wild plant. Wild plants keep on growing endlessly, and in the same way there is no end to an idle talk. Life of a talkative person passes through different phases. It keep on changing from bad to worse. Ultimately it comes to an end with the death of a person. It is, therefore, ncecessary that a man must always engage himself in healthy activities to make his life fruitful for human beings.

How does the life of man pass through different phases?

A man passes through different phases of life which include infancy, childhood, young and old age. He also passes through good times and bad times

What happens when life is not of deeds but is full of words?

A person acts less and talks more is a useless person. Such people are not liked in society. Even their friends avoid their company.

What is the condition of the garden when the weeds start growing?

The garden where weeds start growing gives a poor look. It is deprived of the freshness and beauty of flowers and trees.

What is the moral of the poem?

The moral of the poem is that actions speak louder than words.

Why does the poet compare a talkative person with a garden full of Weeds?

The poet believes that a talkative person is simply useless. His idle talk does not help his family, his friends or even his own self. Therefore, the poet compares him with a garden full of weeds.

Why does the poet compare a talkative person with a garden full of Snow?

A talkative person wastes his precious time. His friends are also upset. Like heavy snowfall in a garden, he creates a messy situation for the people around.

Why does the poet compare a talkative person with a bird upon the wali?

During snowfall birds cannot fly. Shivering with cold they sit quietly on the wall. Just like this, people slip into a Corner as they encounter a talkative person.

Why does the poet compare a talkative person with a lion at the door?

A talkative person is fond of selfpraise. He gives people the impression that he is as brave as a lion. He is not afraid of any person.

What does a talkative person do when the door begins to crack?

A talkative person is a cowardly fellow in a lion's skin. When he is exposed in front of the people he does not face them straight. He hits people in the back through his Crooked and poisonous talk.

How does a talkative person cause one's heart to bleed?

A talkative person causes discomfort to the people through backbiting and foul talk. A sensitive person becomes even more upset as he comes to know the evil role of the naughty person. In sheer anxiety his heart begins to bleed.

Describe the typical traits of a talkative person.

A talkative person is the one who does not have much work to do. Talking and self praise go side by side. A talkative person is fond of criticising other people. With the passage of time talking becomes an addiction. In order to: satisfy himself he needs to talk more and more. People feel uncomfortable in the company of a talkative person. As soon as they find some opportunity, they leave his company. A talkative person is a cowardly fellow in a lion's skin. When he is exposed in front of the people, he does not face them straight. He hits people in the back through his Crooked and poisonous talk.


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