Answers to the questions JOHN CLARE’S AUTUMN
What are some of the poet’s favorite sights to see in November?
= On November days, the poet enjoys watching the casements shake and the leaves fall from the trees. He also enjoys watching the branches sway and the coiled-up smoke passes through the barren trees.
What happens to the mossy elm’s leaves in the autumn?
= The strong wind blows the yellow leaves of the mossy elm tree down in the autumn. They were tossed around by the wind by the window pane. Thousands of them plummet down the lane.
Where do the twirling withered leaves go?
= By the window pane, withered leaves swirl.
In the poem “Autumn,” what do you mean by “casement”?
= In the poem ” Autumn,” we use the term “casement” to refer to a large window that appears like a door.
Where can you find sparrows?
The cottage rig is home to the sparrows.
How long do the twigs shake and dance?
= Until the evening falls, the swaying twigs dance.
In the poem “Autumn,” where does the cock appear?
The cock is located on the dung-hill in the poem “Autumn.”
In the poem “Autumn,” what are the other two seasons mentioned?
= Spring and summer are the other two seasons mentioned in the poem “Autumn.”
What does the poem’s mention of “stubble-lea” mean?
A meadow, or an expanse of open grassland, is referred to as a lea. The lea is brimming with maize stumps left over from harvest.
In the poem “Autumn,” identify the birds and their sounds.
The sparrow, pigeon, cock, raven, and crow are among the birds mentioned in the poem “Autumn.” The sparrows and cock crows chirp.
What happens when the acorns fall to the ground?
= Acorns fall pattering down the tree near the ancient crow’s nest. The grunting pigs then scramble and dash for the acorns.
What are the pigs’ activities in “Autumn”?
= The pigs in “Autumn” wait for the acorns to fall. They scramble and rush to catch them when they fall. They grunted at that point.
In the poem Autumn, how is nature described?
The singing of the sparrow, flower beds, gusty winds, and other autumn decorations adorn nature. John Clare’s picture of nature in autumn is a fantastic imaginary masterpiece.
What is the cock up to, and where is he?
The cock was crowing upon the dung-hill in John Clare’s poem “Autumn.”