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Q. what do you notice about the beginning and the ending of the poem? ...
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A. at the begining of the poem the tree is lifeless and appears to be dead but in between the goldfinch's appearence transforms the laburnum tree's appearence as it began's shaking and trembling and is... link
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Q. To what is the bird's movement compared? What is the basis for the comparison? ...
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2 answers under The Laburnum Top - Ted... 3 years, 4 months ago

A. The bird's movement is compared to that of a lizard.The bird moves swiftly,abruptly and very smoothly.The lizard's movements are also alert,abrupt and sleek i.e.. clean and clear.This is the basis... link
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Q. http://www.scribd.com/doc/50519195/The-Laburnum-Top ...
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Q. 2nd para of laburnum top ...
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1 answer under The Laburnum Top - Ted... 4 years, 4 months ago

A. till the goldfinch comes.. the laburnum top, yellow, remains quiet silent and still, lifeless unless the gold finch which too is yellow, this is to picturise the image as that of autumn.. theres a... link
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Q. which bird was in the poem? ...
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