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Important Questions Answers

My Own True Family is a nice poem by Ted Hughes for class 10 students under WBBSE. Important Questions Answers from My Own True Family have been discussed in the following.


(1) When did the poet come twice awake?

Ans:  When the old woman opened up her little bag and the poet glanced into it, he came twice awake.

 (2) What would happen to the poet if he failed to make the promise?

Ans:  If he failed to make a promise, he would die.

 (3) What was it that altered the poet?

Ans:  It was a visionary dream that altered the poet.

 (4) “came twice awake” What does the expression ‘twice awake’ suggest? “

Ans: The expression suggests a moral reawakening of the poet-a transmission from ignorance to knowledge. It may also implicate the absolute bewilderment of the poet.

 (5) “unless you make a promise” Who is the person spoken to? What promise is he asked to make?

Ans: The person spoken to is the poet himself. He is asked to promise that whenever he sees an oak tree felled, he would plant two instead.

 (6) “Unless you make a promise now-now you are going to die”-Is there any far-reaching message behind this utterance?

Ans:  There is a far-reaching message for mankind behind this utterance. Unless mankind makes a promise right now to save trees, it will one day cause their own ruin.

 (7) “Unless you swear the black oak bark will wrinkle over you”—What does it suggest?

Ans:  It suggests that unless mankind protects trees or encourages afforestation, the world will turn into a desert. The black oak bark’ is the symbol of aridity and barrenness.’

 (8) What promise did the poet have to make?

Ans:  The poet had to make a promise that he would plant two oak trees if he saw one oak tree being felled.

 (9) How did the dream alter the poet?

Ans: After having the dream the poet felt a strong bond between him and the oak trees and could also feel the pain the trees go through when they are felled. This is how the dream altered the poet.

(10) “My walk was the walk of a human child, but my heart was a tree.”—Explain.

Ans:  By the expression “My walk was the walk of a human child, but my heart was a tree”, the poet means that though he remained a human being by appearance but now he felt himself to be the one, belonging to the tree family as he could realize the pain of the oak-trees when they were felled by human beings.

 (11) Describe the appearance of the old woman.

Ans. The old woman was in rags. She carried a knobbly stick in her hand. Besides, she was carrying a little bag. . It contained the poet’s secret. Her cackle gave the poet shivers.

 (12)  What was the ultimate realization of the poet?

Ans: Ultimately the poet realized that human beings and trees should thrive as a single-family. Though he was a human child, he started realizing the pain of trees.

 (13) What does the ‘old woman’ stand for? Is there any symbolic suggestion behind ‘knobby stick and rag’?  

Ans: The ‘old woman’ stands for an age-old oak tree. In a broader sense, it symbolizes mother nature. ‘Knobbly stick and rag’ symbolically suggest the withered, leafless, and decaying state of the old oak tree.

(14) Who were the ‘staring tribe’ referred to in the poem?

Ans. Here the ‘staring tribe’ refers to the oak trees in the wood. In his dream, the poet discovered himself surrounded by oak trees. The trees seemed to look fixedly at him.

 (15) What is the message of the poem?

Ans. The poem conveys the message of the need to protect our natural environment for the welfare of mankind. 

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**********মাধ্যমিক রেজাল্ট ২০২৩ সম্বন্ধে বিশদে জানতে এখানে ক্লিক করুন 

****************মাধ্যমিক ইতিহাস ২০২৩ প্রথম অধ্যায়ের ৪ নম্বরের প্রশ্ন উত্তরের সাজেশন পেতে এখানে ক্লিক করুন। 



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