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Read the Extract Given Below and Answer the Questions that Follow: "But I Can Get a Hair-dye - English - Language and Literature

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Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow:

"But I can get a hair-dye
And set such colour there,
Brown, or black, or carrot,
That young man in despair
May love me for myself alone
And not my yellow hair."

(a) Who is speaking these line?

(b) Why are young men in despair?

(c) What is the antonym of the word, 'despair'?

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Solution

(a) The speaker is Anne Gregory.

(b) Young men will be in despair because they would not be able to love the yellow coloured hair of Anne.

(c) The antonym for 'despair' could be 'cheerful'.

Concept: Reading Skill (Non-textual)
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