ICSE English literature —–The Inchcape Rock

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  1. Rashika says:

    I need answers for modet tst ques

    • Satya Prakash says:

      Give me the questions. I will post the answers.

      • Anil kumar Mohanty says:

        Hlw sir i am anil,sir i cann’t atten any question in my class room when my teacher ask me so you can help me.I have a lot of question so it cann’t be possible to write one time so i thought i give my mobile number to you through you can messege answer which i ask you.so i need your mobile number please help me sir plese help me.my mobile number-+919776617513.Please give me your mobile number.

  2. Rasika says:

    When r u gonna post the ans ??

  3. Harshita says:

    Please can you give me more questions and answers for 3-4 marks

  4. Aria says:

    reference to context
    “But even in his dying fear ,
    One dreadful sound could the Rover hear ,
    A sound as if with the Inchcape Bell,
    The Devil below was ringing his knell.
    Q1. what happened earlier in the context?
    Q2. what is the message the poet wanted to convey through this poem.

  5. dylan says:

    can u answer this question?
    write about the mood,ambience and setting of the poem Inchcape Rock.

  6. Pranjal says:

    I need character of sir Ralph. I have tried much but still i can’t write.

  7. watever says:

    I need a summary of the inchape rock that comes upto 200 words

  8. Satyam says:

    Satya it was really very helpful to me to complete my project .Thank u very much

  9. Satyam Sahil says:

    can u please help me with the character of bell in the poem . it must contain atleast 200 words.

    • Satya Prakash says:

      Bell is a lifeless object. It is a device. How can it have a character? It can have some features. Clarify your questipn.

  10. satyam sahil says:

    What was the role played by the bell in the poem inchcape rock?plezz answer in detail.

  11. Jash Bhatia says:

    What the mood,setting and ambience of the poem ???????

    • Satya Prakash says:

      Jash, the mood changes as the poem progresses. When Ralph proceeded to cut off the Bell, the mood was upbeat. Lter, when the sailors struggled to navigate due to storm and darkness, the mood became confusing, scary and sad. Finally, when Ralph’s ship was wrecked, the mood was angry, vengeful and reflective.

  12. ridhi says:

    A very nice summary. It was really helpful. Thanks!

  13. Jennifer says:

    Can u plz answer
    The universal conflict between the good and the evil killing the innocent and wicked in the same sweet. Discuss it with reference to inchcape rock.
    It is an essay type questions

  14. Jennifer says:

    Yeah l am waiting but please post it

  15. Jennifer says:

    Thank you so much satya prakash sir. U don’t know what favour have you done to me.. Thank you ^infinity Thank u so much. I am obliged …. Thank you again sir
    Jennifer

  16. Rajosmita Saha says:

    The universal conflict between good and evil with its dire consequences killing the wicked on the same sweep has been potrayed effectively in the poem inch cape rock by Robert Southey discuss with close reference from the text

  17. Kaushik Dey says:

    Sir,
    I am studying at class IX.
    Can u please answer the following question.
    The universal conflict between good and evil with its dire consequences killing the innocent and wicked on the same sweep has been portrayed effectively in the poem Inchcape Rock by Robert Southey. Discuss with close reference from the text.
    It is an essay type question

  18. navin says:

    i want a paragraph for critical appreciation

  19. Vishva says:

    Sir plzz can u give me the following answers I have a test tomorrow
    Q.1 what did sir Ralph say after cutting the bell what does it show about him?
    Q.2. What is the irony in d poem?
    Q.3. what does the climax of the poem reveal?
    Q.4 why is the ship referred to as she ?
    Q.5. compare and contrast the two principal characters with close references to poem
    Sir plzz can u give me the answers ASAP I tried it …but i cannot get them… thank u

  20. Vishva says:

    Sir plzz can u give me the answers of the following questions
    Q1 what is the irony of the poem?
    Q2 compare and contrast the two principal characters with close reference to the poem?
    Q3 what is the climax of the poem?
    Q4 why is the ship referred to as she?
    Sir plzz can u give the answers by today I have an exam tomorrow

  21. Asg says:

    Please elucidate the theme of crime and punishment with a didactic message of the poem

  22. mira says:

    Why is the ship referred to as’she’?
    I wanted the answer to the above question

    • Satya Prakash says:

      To my knowledge, there is no specific reason. It is customary in English to address a ship and a country (except Germany) in the feminine gender. In present day usage, writers use ‘it’for countries, though. So, just accept the feminine gender for ship.

  23. Rajshree says:

    Sir, please can you elaborate the last line of the poem? And the summary was very helpful. Thank You. It had helped me score a good set of marks this term. 🙂

  24. Viva says:

    I need answers sir please help me

  25. Viva says:

    Which ship is being referred to?

    • Satya Prakash says:

      There is the pirate ship of Sir Ralph which is the center of the poem. Then there are the merchant ships which have been mentioned as victims of Ralph.

  26. Anshika says:

    Sir, can I please get the synopsis of the story- The Kabuliwala by Rabindranath Tagore?

  27. eshayani says:

    Can u please answer the following question.
    The universal conflict between good and evil with its dire consequences killing the innocent and wicked on the same sweep has been portrayed effectively in the poem Inchcape Rock by Robert Southey. Discuss with close reference from the text.

  28. yatin says:

    plzz tell which literary device is used in the poem

  29. Abhijeet says:

    What was the final fate of Ralph th rover?

    • Satya Prakash says:

      He drowned to death in the same sea floor where he had sent many a innocent sailors before. None of his crew men, nor his loot came to his aid. Ralph fell victim to his own wickedness.

  30. Deevena says:

    The evil-doer digs a pit for others but falls into the same.This is natural justice.Do you agree with this?
    Word limit is 500

    • Satya Prakash says:

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  31. Emma says:

    Could you pls give me an idea for a character sketch for sir Ralph the rover and the abbot of Aberbrothok ?

  32. Ishika Kundu says:

    Please give the critical appreciation of the poem.

  33. Arco says:

    Sir, please answer these questions.

    Q1) why is a ship referred to as ‘she’?
    Q2) what’s the irony in the poem?
    Q3) what does the climax of the poem reveal?
    Q4) Is there poetic justice? Give reasons.
    Q5) compare and contrast the two principal characters with close reference to the pom.

    Most of the questions are 3 mark questions except Q2 which has 4 marks and Q1 which has 1 mark.

    Thank You

  34. Stephen says:

    Is the last stanza of the poem , the ship can be regarded as the ancient civilization that is going to end is it correct

  35. Stuti says:

    hello sir can i get an answer fir-
    Show how Robert Southey has clearly presented the hand of fate and the theme – evil doer becomes a victim of his wicked designs .

  36. Trinity Panayotis says:

    Please answer this question…. “What are the key events that occur in “The Inchcape Rock”? Write an objective summary of the poem that focuses on important events and ideas. Your response should be one or two complete paragraphs.”

    • Satya Prakash says:

      I am recuperating after a heart surgery. Will resume writing after a few weeks. Please bear with me.

  37. Venkat Karthik says:

    The evil-doer digs a pit for others but falls into the same.This is natural justice.Do you agree with this? With reference to the Poem “The Inchcape Rock ” give your answer Word limit is 500

  38. Venkat Karthik says:

    Sir i didn’t get the mail can you resend it pls? I beg you

  39. Bhawna says:

    Sir plz help and provide me a 300 words summary of this poem .a general summary not stanza wise.plz sir I need it for my board project

  40. Bhawna says:

    Sir plz give me a 200 word summary of this poem.a general summary not stanza wise .plz can u give it today itself i have to submit my project tomorrow

    • Satya Prakash says:

      Sent to your mail box.

      • Moiz says:

        What is the mood in the first five stanzas ? How is it different from the mood created in stanza six of the poem ??

        Can anyone tell this ques answer ??? Plz

        • Satya Prakash says:

          The mood was upbeat, exuberant, and defiant in the first para. Towards the end, fear, desperation, and frustration gripped the wicked Rover on finding that his cutting off the bell was finally going to take his life..

  41. Annie says:

    McQ questions plz fast

  42. aelin ashryver says:

    Can I please get a character sketch of sir Ralph? I need it very badly as I have my test tomorrow, it would help me a lot

    • Satya Prakash says:

      Sir Ralph, was, no doubt, a ruthless, greedy and mischievous man. He had not the least qualm about making money through piracy, and plunder. He was also intolerant and jealous. The Abbot had placed the bell atop the semi-submerged rock to warn ships to stear clear of the rock. For this life-saving device, he receieved numerous accolades from the sailors. Ralph couldn’t countenance praises being heaped n the Abbot. He cut off the Bell, and imperiled ships, so that he could turn on them. It wa wickedness of the most vile kind. On the whole, Ralph was a devious character who met his end in the same way he sent others to drown and die.

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