A Tiger In the zoo class 10 Poem 3 English First Flight summary
Introduction: A Tiger In the zoo class 10 summary It is a lovely poem given by Leslie Norris the need of freedom has been expressed through this poem
A Tiger In the zoo class 10 summary
This poem makes a comparison of a tiger in the zoo to the tiger in its natural hatcital. the poet tells us that a tiger in the cage is not free he moves in his concrete cell in a very angry mood his strength is looked behind the bars while the tiger in the forest is free to roam here there. hants freely he eats food of his own choice. he growls and shows his white teeth
Thus, terrorise the people living in the near by areas of the forest. But the tigers behind the bars ignores the visitors at night he feels lonely and stares at Shining stars. he longs for his freedom and hears the sound of Patrolling cars while in the cage.
The poet is trying to make realize the people about a tiger who is sitting in the cage and feeling unpleasant and restless. tiger is still showing no interest in the sound created by the patrolling cars of the zoo authorities, the poet is showing him staring at the shining stars with his brilliant eyes. the poet is raising a moral issue here and he intends to present a strong case against the cruelty of humans for the animals kept in cages.
Conclusion of summary
The poem highlights the importance of freedom in the lives of living beings (both animals and human beings)