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  1. The message of the poem A Tiger in the Zoo is that no animal should be encaged forcibly. Like humans all the animals also love freedom. They love roaming around in the forest and do whatever they like. Read summary of this poem.

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  1. The moral of the poem A Tiger in the Zoo is that man is unjust and cruel towards the animals. For his entertainment and amusement, he has snatched away their liberty and freedom. They are made to live in a small concrete prison. Read summary of this poem.

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  1. Following are the main themes in the poem A Tiger in the Zoo: Liberty and Freedom Every human or animal loves freedom. No one likes to be imprisoned. In the poem, the tiger is not free. It has been encaged and its liberty has been snatched away. It cannot show its power and courage as it used to shoRead more

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  1. Following poetic/literary devices have been used in the poem A Tiger in the Zoo: Personification: In the poem the poet refers the tiger by the word "he" which is used for humans. So, the tiger has been personified as a human with emotions who can understand. Metonymy: Metonymy is the substitution ofRead more

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  1. The poet thinks that the tiger should be in the forest, hiding itself in the long grass and preying upon the fat deer who come to drink water. It should be in the village to terrorise the villagers. Read summary of this poem.

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  1. The tiger feels helpless and angry. It has been put in the cage without its desire. Hence it remains angry but quiet as it cannot break the cage and run away. It does not take interest in the visitors who come to see it. It ignores them and keeps walking angrily. Read summary of this poem.

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