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Ans2) The narrator?s grandfather also looked like a hundred years old man in the portrait. He had a long white flowing beard. It came up to his chest. It looked as if he had lots and lots of grandchildren. Actually, he looked older than the grandmother.

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Ans 1) The rain conveys the water which evaporates from the sea and aids in the formation of clouds, which upon precipitation are returned to where they came from.?The movement of the rain is mirrored in the lyrical tonality of the poem, it flows like a song just as the drops of rain move and replenish the earth.
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Ans3) If We Can All be Together. ?We're not Afraid to Die? is a saga of patience and bravery. ... ?We're not Afraid to Die? is the story of rare courage and perseverance that was shown by the narrator, crewmen, his wife and children. All the dangers and disasters were confronted with patience, courage and determination.
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Ans4) King Tut was last heir of a powerful family of Pharaoh dynasty that had ruled Egypt and its empire for centuries. In those ancient times, people believed in afterlife; so at the time of burial, the kings' mummified bodies were provided every day things they would need in the afterlife.
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Ans5) ?The sea holiday was her past, mine is her laughter. ... 'Both' refers to the mother's laughter and the poet's memory of her mother. Both were tinged with loss-the mother had lost those happy childhood days and the poet had lost her mother. Therefore 'wry'.
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