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Thing of Beauty-Question and answers

This poem is a revolt against the commonplace reality.According to Keats the object of beauty differs from an ordinary object.The ordinary object appeals us only temporarily. Its effect is short lived and its loveliness decreases with the passage of time.But the object of beauty appeals to our senses permanently.It cannot be destroyed by time and space. It is a temporal and its loveliness does not fade. It is a ray of light and hope that consoles man in his miseries and misfortunes. Then Keats mentions the objects of beauty one by one. The sun, the moon, the old trees, the daffodils, the clear streams and the forest which is rich with beautiful flowers-all these objects of beauty are a source of consolation in a world Keats found that a beauty(beautiful thing) is a source of perennial joy and happiness. it leaves an indelible mark on our mind and provides us with etetnal happiness whenever we think about it. our joy increases as we keep on remembering the beauty . it is just like endymion looking for cythisa as his everlasting love .(according to greek myth)

Q.1. How is a thing of beauty a joy forever?

Ans. A thing of beauty is a joy forever as its loveliness increases through recollection and contemplation. It is a perennial source of pleasure that ensures good health and quiet breathing; that brings relief in our painful existence. 

Q2.What makes human beings love life in spite of troubles and sufferings?

Ans. In spite of troubles and sufferings human beings love life because there are some beautiful things that move away the gloom from the depressed minds. The beautiful things in nature like the moon, the sun, the trees, the ferns and the daffodils bring happiness and reduce human’s sufferings. 

Q3.What is lovelier than the lovely tales heard by us?

Ans. Our earth which is the source of all beauty; the fountain of immortal drink from heaven is lovelier than all lovely tales heard by us. 

Q4.. Why is grandeur associated with mighty dead?

Ans. The sad things become a source of beauty and pleasure when they assume the status of art. The poet says that the contemplation of the reminiscences of the mighty person who are dead gives us same pleasure as we experience in contemplating beautiful things of nature. 

Q.5.What becomes of all lovely tales we have heard or read?

Ans. All lovely tales that we have heard or read become a source of pleasure. They become an endless fountain of nectar and give us heavenly pleasure. 

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