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Answer the following questions:

Why has the word ‘chatter’ been repeated in the poem?

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The word ‘chatter’ has been repeatedly used in the poem. The first use is, “I chatter over stony ways.” The second time it is, “I chatter, chatter as I flow.” The word ‘chatter’ means to talk quickly in a friendly way, without stopping. The poet uses the appropriate word to denote the non-stop talking sound of the brook while
it is negotiating its stony ways. Even the sound of the flowing river is repeatedly called ‘chatter’ as it is constant, non-stop and friendly.

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CBSE Class 9 English Course Communicative: Literature Reader
Chapter 2.1 The Brook
Exercise | Q 7.05 | Page 62
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