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  1. The first stage of killing the tree is hacking and chopping i.e. cutting its upper part including branches and stems. The second stage is pulling out its roots which are its most sensitive part. When roots are pulled out and exposed to sun, the tree finally dies. Read Summary of On Killing A Tree PlRead more

    The first stage of killing the tree is hacking and chopping i.e. cutting its upper part including branches and stems. The second stage is pulling out its roots which are its most sensitive part. When roots are pulled out and exposed to sun, the tree finally dies.

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  1. No, it cannot be saved because the strength of tree lies in its roots which are the most sensitive part. When these are pulled out, the tree dies. Read Summary of On Killing A Tree Play Quiz on On Killing A Tree

    No, it cannot be saved because the strength of tree lies in its roots which are the most sensitive part. When these are pulled out, the tree dies.

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  1. The tone of the poem On Killing A Tree is sarcastic. Here, the poet explains the process of killing a tree properly. However he does not mean that. Instead he exposes humans' cruelty towards the nature. We cut them, destroy them and use them for satisfying our greed. This cutting of trees is no lessRead more

    The tone of the poem On Killing A Tree is sarcastic. Here, the poet explains the process of killing a tree properly. However he does not mean that. Instead he exposes humans’ cruelty towards the nature. We cut them, destroy them and use them for satisfying our greed. This cutting of trees is no less than a murder.

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  1. In the poem On Killing A Tree, the poet gives example of a disease called Leprous. It makes the skin rough. It symbolises the hard surface of the tree. Read Summary of On Killing A Tree Play Quiz on On Killing A Tree

    In the poem On Killing A Tree, the poet gives example of a disease called Leprous. It makes the skin rough. It symbolises the hard surface of the tree.

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  1. The tree is uprooted by digging the earth, roping the roots, tying them and them pulling them out from the earth. Some of those roots might break as well. Read Summary of On Killing A Tree Play Quiz on On Killing A Tree

    The tree is uprooted by digging the earth, roping the roots, tying them and them pulling them out from the earth. Some of those roots might break as well.

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  1. The poem On Killing A Tree does not have any rhyme scheme. It is written in blank verse. Read Summary of On Killing A Tree Play Quiz on On Killing A Tree

    The poem On Killing A Tree does not have any rhyme scheme. It is written in blank verse.

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  1. These are new and small twigs which grow from the bottom of tree (after it is cut from the top). Read Summary of On Killing A Tree Play Quiz on On Killing A Tree

    These are new and small twigs which grow from the bottom of tree (after it is cut from the top).

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