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The Fun they Had

The story is set in the year of 2157 when there was no traditional schools. It is about the future of education which will become increasingly computerized and estranged from social interactions. In the year 2157, the thirteen-year-old Tommy finds an old book. He and Margie, who is eleven, find it strange that the words on paper do not move after having been read. Nowadays they only read stories on the computer screen. The book is about school centuries ago. Margie is very surprised that in the past pupils had a person as a teacher and that all children of the same age learnt the same thing and went to a schoolhouse with other children.

The Road Not Taken (Poem)

In this poem, the poet stands at the end of two roads and is in a dilemma which road he should choose. One road looks frequently travelled and the other one looks less travelled and grassy. The poet takes the second road and hopes that he would take the first road some other day although he is not sure whether he would ever come back. The two roads serve as a metaphor for the choices we make in life. Life throws up many alternatives. If the choice made by us happens to be not correct, we have to face the consequences as steps once taken cannot be retracted.

The Sound of Music

The story is divided into two parts. In the first part, we will know about Evelyn Glennie who is a virtuoso percussionist. She can play about 1000 instruments with  perfection. She listens to sound without hearing it. Evelyn fought against a physical  disability and became a source of inspiration for thousands of disabled persons.
The second part is about Bismillah Khan, a great player of Shehnai. Bismillah Khan belonged to  the Benaras Gharana. He was born in 1916 at Dumraon in Bihar. As a five year old boy, he played gilli-danda near a pond. He used to visit Bihariji temple and sing Bhojpuri Chaita there. At the age of six, he  moved to Benaras. He learnt playing Shehnai there from his uncle Ali Bux. Being devoted  to music, he used to spend most of his time practising on the bank of the river Ganga. He got the best performer award of the All India Music Conference in Allahabad in 1930. In  1937 he bagged three medals at a music conference in Kolkata. He was invited by Pandit  Nehru to play the Shehnai from the ramparts of Delhi’s Red Fort in 1947.

Wind (Poem)

This poem describes the power of the wind on nature and human life. When troubles come in life the weak people are affected more. If the structures in the path of the wind are weak, then wind will destroy them. This shows that when troubles come in life, the weak are more affected. So the poet asks the readers to become strong so that they can solve their problems.

The Little Girl

This story show inter-personal relationships between parents and their children. Kezia’s father was a busy man. Being an over disciplined man, he was strict with Kezia. He never had those soft feelings for his little daughter nor did he pat her for a while. All he did was giving her a perfunctory kiss rather than a loving one. His presence at home frightened  Kezia and she felt relieved when he was gone. Kezia was able to speak without stuttering but in her father’s presence she stuttered and had all those speech problems. Despite this all, Kezia’s father had a loving heart.
The Macdonalds who lived next door had an exuberant, lively, playful family. Kezia saw the five children playing with their father, turning a hose at him and the father tickling the children. When compared with her scary father who never played with her, Kezia saw the height of love between father and children next door and she loved the Macdonald family.

Rain on the Roof (Poem)

The poem deals with rain. The poet is lying comfortably on his bed and listening to the  sound of the rain drops falling on the roof. The musical sound of raindrops falling on the rooftop at night makes him remember the past  and he gets fond memories of his mother.

A Truly Beautiful Mind

This story is about Albert Einstein. He was born on March 14, 1839 in the German city of Ulm. He had a large head and his mother thought that he was a freak. He was not very talkative. He was never liked by his playmates and they often called him ‘Brother Boring’. He loved playing violin. He was sent to a school in Munich. He was good at studies but he felt suffocated there. His headmaster believed that he would never succeed in his life. He wanted to study at a university in Zurich and went there and got distinction in physics and mathematics. He met a fellow student, Mileva Maric in the university. Later on, he married Mileva. They finally divorced in 1919. In 1915, he published his Special Theory of Relativity and became world famous. Einstein received the Nobel Prize in 1921 for his contribution. In 1933, Einstein emigrated to the United States. Five years later, the German scientists in Berlin discovered nuclear fission. The atomisation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 shocked Albert Einstein. He was disturbed by the destruction and mindless use of science. He wrote a letter to the United Nations and suggested the formation of a world government but it gave no result. He spent his later days in politics advocating for world peace and democracy. He died at the age of 76 in the year 1955.

The Lake Isle of Innisfree (Poem)

The poet wants to go to Innisfree, which is an island in Ireland. The poet spends his childhood in Innisfree and perhaps most often visits the Lake Isle and enjoys the beauty of nature. But later on, he has to shift to a city and he is fed up with the hectic life in the congested city. He craves some solitude and peace which is according to author can be obtained only in the Lake Isle of Innisfree. Thus the lake isle of Innisfree is a very important place and the source to give him tranquillity of life.
The Snake and the Mirror

In this story, we read about a snake who looks in the mirror and seems to admire itself. The doctor who was bachelor admiring his appearance in to the mirror. He made two decisions; one to shave daily and grow thin moustache to look more handsome and other to put on a permanent smile on his face. Suddenly a snake landed on his shoulder and coiled around his left arm above the elbow. Its hood was only three or four inches away. The doctor turned into a stone and did not move. But his mind was active. He realised that there was no medicine with him in case the snake bites him. The snake unwound itself from his arm and moved closer to the mirror. Perhaps it wanted to enjoy its beauty in the mirror. The doctor got a chance to run away. Next day, the doctor returned to the room with his friend. He had decided to vacate the room immediately. He did not want to live in that room anymore. He had come to move his things from there. But he found that some thief had already taken away everything except his dirty vest.

A Legend of the Northland (Poem)

This is a traditional, popular story composed in the style of a ballad. It narrates the legend of how St. Peter had once cursed an old lady for being mean and greed. Saint Peter goes to a cottage and asks a woman for food. The woman refuses to share even a small amount of food. The woman could have easily offered a little food to the saint. But because of selfishness, she refuses to do so. So the saint feels that the woman is not worthy of living as a human being. He curses her and makes her a woodpecker.

My Childhood

This chapter is about the childhood of Abdul Kalam. Abdul Kalam wwas born in a middle class Muslim family in 1931 at Rameswaram. He was born in a conservative society. His family, his teachers and his friends influenced him in his childhood. His father Jainulabdeen was not much educated but he was very generous and a kind person. He was not rich but he provided Abdul a happy and secure childhood. Abdul inherited honesty and self-discipline from his father. Abdul earned his first wages by working as a helping hand to his cousin, Samsuddin, a who distributed newspaper in Rameswaram. When he was in the fifth standard a new teacher hurt his feelings by ordering him to sit away from high caste Brahmin boys. Abdul was deeply influenced by his science teacher Sivasubramania Iyer. He taught him lesson of breaking social barriers. He served him food and sat down beside him though his orthodox wife opposed to do so. Being grown up, his father permitted him for higher studies and sent him to the district headquarters in Ramanathapuram. And he began his journey from a common student to a prominent scientist and then President of India.

No Men Are Foreign (Poem)

The poet tells us that no men are strange and no countries are foreign. He gives a universal message of brotherhood among all the human beings in the world. Human beings all over the world have identical behaviour and the differences based on the manmade concepts of caste, creed, barriers etc. are unnatural. Every human being responds positively to love. Hence no human being is a foreigner or an outsider.


This story is an extract from Jerome K. Jerome’s novel ‘Three Men in a Boat’. The narrator of the story and his two friends decided to go on holiday. The question of packing the things for the journey arose. The author thought that he was an expert in packing. lie asked his friends, George and Harris to leave packing to him. When he had finished packing, certain things remained out. He opened the bag again. In the same way, he had to pack and unpack time and again. The packing was still not complete. Harris and George undertook to do the rest of the job. But they were also not expert in packing. They damaged a number of things and did the job shabbily. At last, the packing was complete by 12.50 in the night. They went to bed with the intention of waking up at 6.30 in the morning.

The Duck and the Kangaroo (Poem)

The Duck, a water animal, requests the forest animal, the Kangaroo to let him ride on his back. The Kangaroo denies because of its cold and wet feet. The duck requests that he has bought worsted socks and a cigar for smoking for warmth. Its affection results in melting the heart of the Kangaroo. The Kangaroo now allowed him to ride on his back. And they go on a world tour.

Reach for the Top

Reach for The Top topic has been bifurcated in two part. The heroine in the first part is a young Mountaineer Santosh Yadav and the heroine of the second part is Maria Sharapova a tennis sensation of the world.
Santosh Yadav is the only woman in the world to have scaled the Mount Everest twice. Born in a small village in Haryana, she was the sixth child in a family, a sister to five brothers. She studied in her village school up to the age of sixteen. Her parents wanted her to get married at that age but she firmly declined the proposal. She left her house and got herself enrolled in a school in Delhi. She decided to meet her educational expenses by working herself. But later on, her parents agreed to bear the expenses. She joined a course at Uttarkashi’s Nehru Institute of Mountaineering. Within twelve months, she scaled the Everest a second time. In recognition of her achievements, she was bestowed upon one of the nation’s top honours, the Padmashri by the Government of India. 
Maria Sharapova reached the top position in Women’s tennis on August 22, 2005 at the age of eighteen. She was poor. She was born in Siberia, Russia. This journey started with early training in her childhood when Her father sent her to the United States for training at the age of nine and culminated in her becoming the number one in the world of tennis. The ‘top’ symbolizes the highest point reached by Maria Sharapova. She reached this ‘top’ by the dint of her earnest efforts and diligent work. Thus, the title is apt in that it salutes the courage and strong will-power of this young tennis star who overcame all hardships and obstructions to reach the top.

On Killing a Tree (Poem)

he poet has described the tree as something which is deep-rooted and which is very difficult to be killed or destroyed. It needs much effort to uproot a deep-rooted evil and destroy it for ever. However, using the tree as a symbol of an unwanted evil is something very unusual.

The Bond of Love

This is the story of love and friendship between an animal and a human being. The author got a baby bear by accident. It was presented to his wife who named it Bruno  and looked after it like her own child. Gradually, Bruno started eating everything. The bear and the author’s wife developed a great love for each other. When the bear grew up, it was sent to the zoo at Mysore. She became very sad. After three months, she visited the zoo. The bear, whose name was Baba, at once recognized her and danced with happiness. She came back. But she could not live without the bear. So she got the permission of the zoo superintendent to get the bear back. A special place was made at home for the grown-up bear. Now both the bear and the writer’s wife were happy. The story shows that animals too have as much love and affection as human beings have.


In this chapter, Vikram Seth recalls the memories of his visit to Kathmandu. He tells us that the atmosphere of Pashupatinath temple is totally different than that of Baudhnath stupa. At Pashupatinath temple, he finds noise and confusion whereas at Baudhnath stupa he finds the atmosphere of quietness. He also describes the scene around many small shrines of Kathmandu. He notices even the small details like the monkeys in the temple fighting with each other.

A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal (Poem)

The poet describes how a snake is trying to get away from a man who is chasing him with a stick. The poet tries to say that all snakes are not poisonous. Some of them are quite harmless. It is foolish to kill a snake as soon as we see it. Even if a snake is poisonous, it will do us no harm if it doesn't see any danger from us. A snake always bites in selfprotection only. Otherwise, it is as harmless as any other creature. But sadly human beings always try to kill a snake as soon as they see it.

If I Were You

The main character of the play is Gerrard, who lives alone in a lonely cottage in the wilds of Essex. An Intruder, who is a criminal, enters his cottage. He resembles Gerrard. The intruder is a criminal. He has killed a policeman and is now on the run. This man has some physical resemblance to Gerrard. His plan is to kill Gerrard and live there under his name. But Gerrard is smarter than the criminal. He tells the intruder that he has also killed someone and the police are after him. He offers to take the intruder in his car to safety. He opens a door and tells the intruder that it goes to the garage. As’soon as the intruder enters, Gerard locks the door. In fact it is not the way to a garage but the door of a cupboard. Then he phones the police to come and arrest the intruder.

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