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Vistas The Tiger King

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Vistas The Tiger King. “The Tiger King” is a story of an arrogant King who disproved the prophecy of the astrologer, but destiny proved to be powerful and the prediction which was made when the king was ten days old comes out to be true.

Vistas The Enemy

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Vistas The Enemy. The story is written with the backdrop of the Second World War. It brings out the sad plight of a prisoner of war and also deals with the conflict that a' doctor couple faces because of sheltering an enemy.

Vistas Should Wizard hit Mommy

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Vistas Should Wizard hit Mommy. The chapter captures a very sensitive reaction of a small girl to an important aspect of the story that her father narrates to her. The story reveals the worldview of a little child to a difficult moral question that shows her mental or psychological richness.

Vistas On the Face of It

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Vistas On the Face of It. The play "On the Face Of it” depicts beautifully yet grimly the sad world of the physically impaired. It is not the actual pain or inconvenience caused by a physical impairment that trouble a disabled man but the attitude of the people around him.

Vistas Evan Tries an O Level

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Vistas Evan Tries an O Level. James Roderick Evans was a prisoner who had earlier escaped thrice from the prison, therefore titled ‘Evans the Break’. Now he was in the prison for the 4th time and all of a sudden developed curiosity to appear in O-level German Examination which also was an effort to break the prison.

Vistas Memories of Childhold

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Vistas Memories of Childhold. Two accounts took place in two cultures at different places and in different times but they explore a common universal theme of  prejudices and humiliation faced by marginalized communities from mainstream culture and how both brave girls use their talent and education to stand up for their own and community  rights. 

Flamingo The Last Lesson

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core The Last Lesson “The Last Lesson”, beautifully brings out the human tendency to postpone the learning of things feeling there is plenty of time to do so but they don’t realize when the doomsday will dawn and bring an end to our hopes and aspirations.

Flamingo Lost Spring

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo Lost Spring Stories of Stolen Childhood. “Lost spring”, an extract from Anees Jung's book "The Lost Spring- Stories of stolen childhood" has a tinge of irony. Spring being the best season of a year,is full of colour, fragrance,freshness, renewal and growth. 

Flamingo Deep Water

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo Deep Water. The story talks about how the terrifying memories of the childhood haunt even the adult mind and the shadow of these frightening experiences continue to lurk in the mind and rob one of all the confidences.

Flamingo The Rat Trap

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo The Rat Trap. “The Rattrap” brings up the idea that the latent spark of human goodness is inherent in each one of us and it can be stirred back through love, trust and understanding.

Flamingo Indigo

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo Indigo. “Indigo” portraits Gandhiji’s struggle for the poor peasants of Champaran. He managed to get justice after a yearlong battle for the peasants. He also made arrangements for the education, health and hygiene for the families of the poor peasants

Flamingo Going Places

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo Going Places. The lesson explores the theme of adolescent fantasies and hero worship. It is natural for the youngsters to idolize successful people and dream of following their footsteps. But their dreams drive them away from the harsh realities of life.

Flamingo My Mother at Sixty Six

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo My Mother at Sixty Six. The poem “My Mother at Sixty Six” beautifully shows an ever unfailing relationship between a daughter and her mother. Nostalgia smeared in separation appears to be the default setting of the poem.

Flamingo An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum In this poem the poet focuses on the theme of social injustice and inequalities. He presents the pathetic and miserable picture of the elementary classroom in a slum.

Flamingo Keeping Quiet

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo Keeping Quiet The poet talks about the need of silence and quiet introspection and the importance of tranquility and calmness. He also talks about creating a feeling of mutual understanding among human beings.

Flamingo The Thing of Beauty

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo The Thing of Beauty.This poem tries to perceive the world through language. The poet believes that there are certain things which are beautiful and worth to be treasured.

Flamingo Aunt Jennifers Tigers

CBSE notes for class 12 English Core Flamingo Aunt Jennifers Tigers. The poet is a feminist and at the centre of the poem. She addresses the difficulties of a married woman. The woman, Aunt Jennifer, is a nervous and fearful wife. She spends good amount of time in embroidering panel of tigers prancing across the screen.

Novel Silas Marner

Novel Silas Marner class 12 English Core it includes revision notes such as George Eliot was the pseudonym of Mary Ann Evans, born in 1819 at the estate of her father’s employer in Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire, England. She was sent to boarding school, where she developed a strong religious faith, deeply influenced by the evangelical preacher Rev.

Novel The Invisible Man

Novel The Invisible Man for class 12 English Core it includes revision notes such as The story contains both external and internal conflict. In either case, both the protagonist and the antagonist is Griffin himself as he has made himself his own worst enemy. The external conflicts that Griffin causes are between Griffin and various members of the town as his invisibility is gradually discovered.



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