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NCERT Solutions for Class 12 English Kaliedoscope Non Fiction Chapter 4 - Why The Novel Matters

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NCERT Solutions for Class 12 English Kaliedoscope Non Fiction Chapter 4

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Reading and understanding the works of great writers like D.H.Lawrence is not a simple task. With the depth and beauty in their writings, it needs an expert to explain things from various perspectives. The subject matter experts have designed the NCERT solutions Class 12 English kaleidoscope chapter 4 nonfiction with lucid explanations to make even complex topics appear simple. The answers provided for each exercise in English Class 12 NCERT solutions chapter 4 non-fiction are written as per the CBSE exam pattern so that the students can get practise on how to answer better in exams.

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Q1 - How has the author established the superiority of novelists over other professions?

Ans - The writer says that a novelist knows the importance of a whole man living and how that is the only thing that matters despite the man’s thoughts, ideas, liver, kidney, etc. A philosopher or scientist does not recognize this beauty of life. While a person talks about heaven and the afterlife, a novelist understands that heaven is right there in his palms. A philosopher talks of infinity and pure spirit but to a novelist infinity lies in the body of a man. If your body catches fire, the fire will burn you, and the concept of Nirvana will remain just a conjecture. A novelist knows that it is the body that knows all the intensity that a man experiences in his lifetime.

Q2 - How does a novel, according to the author, guide men and women to be?

Ans - The author says that the characters in a novel do nothing but live. They can not keep on being good or bad as decided by the norms and patterns. The moment the characters try to follow a pattern, they are no longer alive, and the novel falls dead. In the same manner, human beings also got to keep living and not follow set patterns. A man can choose how he wants to live, by following God, money, wine, or women. But if they read a good novel, these men would realize whether they are truly alive or merely living but dead otherwise. If a man is dead to things around him, then he is not living in the true sense of the word.