Inter Part 1 English Book III (A Sindhi Woman) Exercises

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      • This chapter is from the 11th class English book 3 and it has been written by Jan Stallworthy. we have presented the important questions and main idea of this chapter for the intermediate (first year) fsc fa ics i.com first year students.
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      • The poem "A Sindhi Woman" is cast in a local setting. A typical poor working woman from Sindh impresses the poet. The poet believes that real beauty needs no ornaments. Shabby dress and modest living may not eclipse beauty. At times they even heighten the effect of beauty by way of contrast. Apart from physical beauty the poet is even more impressed by the youthful spirit of these women. Their gliding, twisting movement as they walk simply fascinates the poet. Last, but not the least, the poet mentions a unique trait of their personality. They have learnt to stand straight and tall in difficult and challenging circumstances.

Q: What did the poet reflect when he saw the woman?

The poet is moved to see a beautiful poor woman doing hard physical labour. The poet feels. pity for poor neglected women who work in miserable conditions to earn their bread. If such beautiful attractive women were born in a rich family, they would have been praised by everyone. In the end the poet is delighted to know that these women have not lost self respect even in difficult circumstances.

Q: What is the main idea of the poem?

The poem "Sindhi Women" is cast in a local setting. A typical poor working woman from Sindh impresses the poet. The poet believes that real beauty needs no ornaments. Shabby dress and modest living may not eclipse beauty. At times they even heighten the effect of beauty by way of contrast. Apart from physical beauty the poet is even more impressed by the youthful spirit of these women. Their gliding, twisting movement as they walk simply fascinates the poet. Last, but not the least, the poet mentions a unique trait of their personality. They have learnt to stand straight and tall in difficult and challenging circumstances.

Q: What kind of picture of Karachi slums do we get after reading the poem?

Slums do not generally give a very attractive look. Poor people live there, and therefore they are neglected. They are not properly cleaned and maintained. Karachi slums are no different. Stones are scattered here and there. There is no specific place to dump the garbage. Bits and pieces of household items and shopping items are found in every nook and corner. The place is not properly cleaned. Therefore, nasty odour disturbs the people.

Q: Describe the qualities of Sindhi Women.

The majority of men and women in Sindh, as in other provinces, are poor. These women, therefore, have to work hard to earn their bread. The beautiful women generally work in a dirty environment, but they neverose their grace. Apart from physical beauty, they are gifted with youthful spirit. Their gliding movement is simply fascinating. At times she has to do rough physical work, but still she walks delicately with the rhythm of a dancer's feet. She is patient and hardworking. She never loses self-respect. She knows how to hide her emotions from others. Unfavourable circumstances have made her stronger and maturer. She has learnt to face the odds in life with sheer grace and dignity.

Q: What is the first impression of the poet about Sindhi Women?

The poet is very much impressed by poor working women from Sindh. They look attractive and dignified.

Q: Do the poor women look beautiful even in shabby dresses? 

Shabby dresses of these women do not eclipse their beauty. At times they heighten the effect of beauty by way of contrast. What makes Sindhi women so charming? Sindhi women are gifted with physical beauty. Besides, they have youthful spirit.


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