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How Does Iswaran Describe the Uprooted Tree on the Highway? What Effect Does He Want to Create in His Listeners? - English - Language and Literature

How does Iswaran describe the uprooted tree on the highway? What effect does he want to create in his listeners?

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Solution

Iswaran’s descriptions were greatly influenced by the Tamil thrillers he read. When he came across an uprooted tree on the highway, he said very dramatically that the road was deserted and he was all alone. Suddenly, he spotted something that “looked like an enormous bushy beast lying sprawled across the road.” He was half-inclined to turn and go back. However, as he came closer, he saw that it was a fallen tree with its dry branches spread out.

Even if he was narrating the smallest of incidents, he tried to introduce suspense and a surprise ending to the story.

Concept: Reading
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NCERT Moments Supplementary Reader in Class 9 English
Chapter 3 Iswaran the Storyteller
Q 2 | Page 18
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