Explain “The Frog and the Nightingale” Moral.
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The Frog and the Nightingale by Vikram Seth is a symbolic poem in which the poet explains why self-confidence is important and that why one should do the things which he loves.
In the poem, the frog maintains its status because of its confidence though it has no talent. On the other hand, the nightingale in spite of having talent dooms to death because it lacks self-confidence and is trapped in the words of the frog.
Thus in this world, one should always have confidence in himself and should never allow anyone else to interfere in his life. One can enjoy his life and succeed only when he loving doing his work and never allows anybody to change him.
Read the summary of the poem here.