Explain why merciful have been called ‘greedy good-doers’ and ‘beneficent beasts of prey’? Jun 21, 2013 - Explore Bobbie Lamar's board "Roadside Stands", followed by 167 people on Pinterest. They move them to countryside to live near theatres and shops and encourage them to live idle lives, which will take away their peace and wits.
Ans. What was its purpose? “The store might be selling the item so cheaply that people will be used to buying it for a low price,” says Shelli Meulemans. In front at the edge of the road where the traffic sped,
They just want to grasp their fields and houses. Is there a layby, public parking space or a quiet street nearby? What should one do if one wants to be mean? A Roadside Stand Extract – 1. (d) Who is referred to as ‘the flower of cities’? The poor people at the roadside stand expect the generosity of the rich city people. Poet is tired and ﬁnds his expectations failed. Or crook-necked golden squash with silver warts, Ans. ‘The flower of the cities’ here refers to the rich and wealthy city-dwellers who can afford the best things. But for some of the money, the cash, whose flow supports 2. The news of their settlement near the theatre or the store is also under discussion among them. If you are considering starting a fresh produce venture, it is worth looking at the advantages of having a roadside stand, which set it apart from other avenues of sales.
He is agonised at the ‘childish longing in vain’ of the people who have put up the roadside stand. ‘The flower of the cities’ here refers to the rich and wealthy city-dwellers who can afford the best things. “If you’re just beginning, start out really basic,” says Jesalyn Pettigrew of Mossy Gate Flower Farm in Mount Vernon, Washington. He was honored frequently during his lifetime and is the only poet to receive four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry.
But the city people are quite insensitive to the poor sufferers and pass by their stands in their cars. Ans. To live in villages, next to the theatre and the store, To live in villages, next to the theatre and the store, Answer: Ans. In his poem, ‘A Roadside Stand’ he deals with the lives of poor deprived people of the villages with a clarity that is perceptive and at the same time portrays his deepest sympathies and his feelings of humanity.
How do you know? Why is it vain? This method of the rich and mighty is as old as the human civilizations. Paul Meulemans suggests checking wholesale prices on the USDA website and adding 30 percent. Ans.
(2011 Comptt. Robert Frost was an American poet. “Fill the baskets all the way up to the top,” Bodie says. (2009 Outside Delhi; 2010 Comptt. Wild Coyote Farm (www.wildcoyotefarm.com). At having the landscape marred with the artless paint Ans. 4. Try to pick a spot near a popular place, such as near a tourist area. To become a WIC (a supplemental nutrition program for Women, Infants and Children) retailer, contact your state’s Department of Health. At having the landscape marred with the artless paint Question 6.
Answer: Like children, these rural folk nurtures many unfulfilled dreams and desires which might never be satisfied. Summary and Analysis of A Roadside Stand by Robert Frost. While greedy good-doers, beneficent beasts of prey, Ans. There may be a size restriction on your booth, rules on the kind of produce you can sell or how much you can sell from other producers. The poet wishes to relieve the rural people of the pain at one stroke.
Ans. How do you know? Apathy = lack of interest/feeling/emotion/concern, रॉबर्ट फ्रॉस्ट उन गरीब किसानों के प्रति शहर वासियों और धनी व्यक्तियों की उदासीनता को प्रस्तुत करता है जिन्होंने अपने उत्पादों को बेचने और जीविकोपार्जन के लिए सड़क के किनारे खड़ा किया है लेकिन वे अपनी कारों में तेजी से गुजरते हैं और थोड़ी देर के लिए रुकने की भी जहमत नहीं उठाते हैं। इसे देखो। किसानों को पता चलता है कि कोई भी अपने उत्पादों में दिलचस्पी नहीं लेता है और कभी भी कीमतों के बारे में पूछताछ करना बंद नहीं करता है। ग्रामीण कुछ पैसे कमाकर शहरी लोगों की तरह आराम की जिंदगी की उम्मीद करते हैं। थिएटर या स्टोर के पास उनके बसने की खबर भी उनके बीच चर्चा में है। लालची अच्छे काम करने वाले उन्हें आरामदायक नींद और आजीविका के लिए सांत्वना देते हैं लेकिन शाब्दिक रूप से वे धोखा दे रहे हैं और अपने खेतों और जमीनों को पकड़ना चाहते हैं। गरीब किसान पूरे दिन प्रार्थना करते हैं, लेकिन सब व्यर्थ। कभी-कभी, शायद ही कभी, एक कार बंद हो जाती है लेकिन अपने स्वयं के ﬁ शनेस के लिए। वे या तो कुछ ईंधन लेने के लिए रुकते हैं या रास्ते की मंजिल पूछते हैं। कवि ग्रामीणों के दयनीय और दुर्भाग्यपूर्ण जीवन को देखने के लिए व्याकुल है और उन बदकिस्मत परिश्रमियों के लिए कुछ वास्तविक सांत्वना और चिंता का अनुमान लगाता है।. Question 5. He can’t put those people out of their pain at one stroke. Your stand can be manned or self-service. The poor people’s expectation that the rich people would give them money is their childish longing. Such tall promises turn out to be false as they are never fulfilled. By using the word ‘pathetic’ the poet emphasizes the fact that the condition of the shed was most humble and that it presented a rather pitiable sight. The people in power use the media to assure the country folks that they would be soon pulled out of their poverty.
3. They hope to alleviate their poverty by getting money from the city people. Q33. Why is it in vain? Ans. They couldn’t (this crossly); they had none, didn’t it see? The place offers a scenic view of the beautiful mountains. He was honoured with an invitation to read a poem at the inauguration of John F. Kennedy as President. Please let us know a convenient time to call you on, (*All time slots are available in CDT zone.). Ad. But for some of the money, the cash, whose flow Their longing is in vain because the city folk are not willing to help them and so their ‘childish longings’ are not likely to be fulfilled. Studies concur that successful roadside stands are located on well-traveled highways within 10 to 15 miles of an urban center or tourist attraction. They would be close to the cities and will not have to worry about themselves any more. If you’re thinking of adding something new, look at the item in your grocery store to see if it is worth growing. Customers appreciate quality. Why is the Stand’s existence said to be ‘pathetic?’.
Poet, Robert Frost experienced the pain of the poor formers who established their little shedded stalls to sell various products grown or manufactured by them but the poet observed that out of thousands of the visitors and vehicles, nobody is interested in their offerings. Kwilos says not to leave valuable products, such as maple syrup, unattended. So they keep their windows open expecting some prospective customers to turn up so that some good fortune can fall into their share. Keep things up off the ground so that people don’t have to stoop to see what you have. Answer: The roadside stand pleaded not for a dole of bread but demands for some of the money, some cash which supports cities from sinking and withering faint. Thus this generous amount can alleviate the distress of the poor people. The rich businessmen convince the poor of the advantages of their new schemes and promotions and make them buy their products and be their customers.
Why keep your money (this crossly) and go along. What is the prayer of the open window?