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What is the Poet’S Dual Attitude Towards the Snake? - English - Communicative

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What is the poet’s dual attitude towards the snake?

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Solution

The poet at first sees the snake as an innocent creature that has come to quench its thirst just like him. However, as his human instincts take over his thoughts, he feels that the snake is a venomous creature and should be killed in self-defence.

Concept: Reading Skill (Non-textual)
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