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What is the message of the poem on his blindness?

Notes for ‘On His Blindness’ ‘On His Blindness’ centers on Milton’s faith in God as he is losing his sight. The poem is a sonnet that uses figurative language to express Milton’s fear, frustration, and acceptance. The poem signals a turn when Milton shifts from fear of punishment to realization.

How does one serve God best on his blindness?

According to the poem, those who serve God best are those who can bear his “milde yoak” patiently. Essentially, the poet comes to realize that God does not aim to “exact day-labor”; instead, those who serve God best are those who will wear his “milde yoak” patiently and those who “stand and waite” in God’s presence.

What is the tone of on his blindness?

The Tone of On His Blindness: At the start of the poem, Milton is very depressed and anxious. He feels that his blindness will get in the way of his poetic composition. However, as the poem progresses, he finds consolation within himself. He learns to have faith in God.

What did the author do before he lost his eyesight?

Qus 1:How did the author lose his eyesight ? Ans:The author lost his eyes in an accident . Qus 2: What did the author do before he lost his eyesight ? Ans:He was a painter and paint pictures before lost his eyesight.

How did the author lost his eyesight Class 10?

Answer. Answer: Paul lost his eyesight when his brother and a friend sprayed paint into his eyes. Paul was always told that he looked into an eclipse when he was little and that was how he lost his much of his sight.

What did the author lost in an accident?

The schoolmates know that the author has lost everything in fire. They make collections and buy from him all necessary things; books as well as clothes. They make friends with him. The help in rebuilding his house.

What made the author regain his confidence and come back to life?

Explanation: The new friends in the new school and their supportive nature helped the author to find new friends. The lady from the neighbor helped him to find his cat which he had lost. This brought new confidence and strength in his life.

What was the author doing when his house caught fire?

Ans: After the fire incident, the author goes to school wearing the dress that he had worn to church on Sunday morning and the tennis shoes that he had borrowed from his aunt. His shoes, clothes, books, homework, and backpack had been destroyed in the fire.

How did Olga treat Lush off in the beginning?

Olga treated Lushkoff very harshly in the beginning. She rebuked him and called him drunkard. But finally she chopped the wood for him. She behaved like that only to set him on a right path.

Did Lushkoff really want to chop wood?

No, Lushkoff (a beggar) was not a willing worker. He agreed to chop the wood for Sergei (an advocate) because he was trapped by his own words. He had said that he would not refuse to chop wood if he could get such a work. Lushkoff (a beggar) was a sick and weak man.

What made the beggar stop drinking?

Answer: Olga’s continuous scolding and her desire to help the beggar made him realize his mistakes. Olga was so worried about Lushkoff that she even chopped the wood for him. Seeing so much love and care for himself by the cook, he stopped drinking.

How had the beggar been trapped by his own words?