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NCERT solutions for Class 11 English (Elective Course) - Woven Words chapter 3 - Patterns of Creativity [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: Patterns of Creativity

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Understanding the text [Page 158]

NCERT solutions for Class 11 English (Elective Course) - Woven Words Chapter 3 Patterns of Creativity Understanding the text [Page 158]

Understanding the text | Q 1 | Page 158

How does Shelley's attitude to science differ from that of Wordsworth and Keats?

Understanding the text | Q 2 | Page 158

'It is not an accident that the most discrimination literary criticism of Shelley's thought and work is by a distinguished scientist, Desmond King-Hele.' How does this statement bring out the meeting point of poetry and science?

Understanding the text | Q 3 | Page 158

What do you infer from Darwin's comment on his indifference to literature as he advanced in years?

Understanding the text | Q 4 | Page 158

How do the patterns of creativity displayed by scientists differ from those displayed by poets?

Talking about the text [Page 158]

NCERT solutions for Class 11 English (Elective Course) - Woven Words Chapter 3 Patterns of Creativity Talking about the text [Page 158]

Talking about the text | Q 1 | Page 158

'Poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world'.

Talking about the text | Q 2 | Page 158

Poetry and science are incompatible.

Talking about the text | Q 3 | Page 158

'On reading Shelley's A Defence of Poetry, the question insistently occurs why there is no similar A Defence of Science written of equal endowment.'

Appreciation [Page 158]

NCERT solutions for Class 11 English (Elective Course) - Woven Words Chapter 3 Patterns of Creativity Appreciation [Page 158]

Appreciation | Q 1 | Page 158

How does the ‘assortment of remarks’ compiled by the author give us an understanding of the ways of science and poetry?

Appreciation | Q 2 | Page 158

Considering that this is an excerpt from a lecture, how does the commentary provided by the speaker string the arguments together?

Appreciation | Q 3 | Page 158

The Cloud ‘fuses together a creative myth, a scientific monograph, and a gay picaresque tale of cloud adventure':  explain.

Language Work [Page 159]

NCERT solutions for Class 11 English (Elective Course) - Woven Words Chapter 3 Patterns of Creativity Language Work [Page 159]

Language Work | Q 1 | Page 159

How do the words in bold, in the lines below, illustrate the poet’s ability to convey criticism cryptically?
Our meddling intellect
Misshapes the beauteous forms of things:
We murder to dissect.

Language Work | Q 2 | Page 159

Explain the contradiction in the similies, ‘Like a child from the womb, like a ghost from the tomb’.

Language Work | Q 3 | Page 159

Explain the metaphor in the line: ‘Poets are  the mirrors of gigantic shadows that futurity casts on the present’.

Chapter 3: Patterns of Creativity

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NCERT solutions for Class 11 English (Elective Course) - Woven Words chapter 3 - Patterns of Creativity

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