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NCERT Solutions for Class 8 English Honeydew Poem - The School Boy

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The School Boy Class 8, poem of the CBSE English book Honeydew, is now made available for the students by Vedantu. The NCERT Solutions for Class 8 English Honeydew Chapter 5 poem is solved by our best-experienced subject specialists by following the CBSE guidelines' recent last year question patterns.


Honeydew Class 8 Chapter 5 poem - "The School Boy" is written by William Blake. In this poem, the poet conveys the message of an unhappy schoolboy while going to school. The schoolboy has no more interest in his studies and books. He says that he loves the morning, trees, and birds. Though he is a nature lover, those mornings became very unpleasant to him due to his school. This kind of feeling is felt by almost all students. In this poem, the poet compares and brings the charms of nature very beautifully into his words.


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1. 'Nor Sit in Learning's bower Worn Thro with the Dreary Shower.'

Which of the Following is a Close Paraphrase of the Lines Above?

  1. Nor can I Sit in a Roofless Classroom When it is Raining.

  2. Nor can I Learn Anything at School Through Teachers Going on Lecturing and Explaining.

  3. Nor can I Sit in the School Garden for Fear of Getting Wet in the Rain.

Answer: Nor can I learn anything at school through teachers going on lecturing and explaining.

2. Can I Access the NCERT Solutions for Class 8 English The School Boy File Free of Cost?

Answer: Yes, NCERT Solutions Class 8 English The School Boy is available for you free of cost on our site. You can also access the file from our Vedantu App.

3. 'A cruel eye outworn (stanza 2)' refers to which of the following sentences?

  1. The Lessons Which are Difficult or Uninteresting.

  2. The Classroom Which is Very Shabby or Too Noisy.

  3. The Dull or Uninspiring Life at School with Lots of Work and no Playing.

Mark the Answer That You Consider Right.

Answer: The dull or uninspiring life at school with lots of work and no playing.

4. In Stanza 2, 'The Mood Changes,' Which Word or Phrases Reflect the Changed Mood?

Answer: The word or phrases reflecting the child's mood are:

  1. Cruel eye outworn (of the teacher).

  2. Sighing and dismay.

  3. Drives all joy away.