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Upon Westminster Bridge Question Answer

Describe the city of London as described in the poem ‘Upon Westminster Bridge’.

Ans:  William Wordsworth is impressed by the natural beauty of London as seen from the Westminster Bridge in the early morning. London looks more beautiful than any other thing on earth in the morning light. It seems like the city has worn the beauty of morning like a garment. It is early morning so there is neither noise nor smoke. The ships, domes, theatres and temples are glittering brightly in the smokeless air. The poet thins that the city has merged with the adjacent fields and the open sky. It seems like the sun has never shone more beautifully even on valley, rock or hills. The poet has never felt such a deep calmness like this before. The river Thames flows freely. The whole city of London seems to be asleep and restful. This condition of the usually restless city London inspires the poet to enjoy.

“A sight touching in its majesty” – What is the sight referred to here? What does the poet feel about the sight? Who would be dull of soul? 

Ans: The beautiful sight of London in the early morning is referred to here.

    The poet feels that the sight is highly impressive in its splendor. Nothing on the earth can be more beautiful than the city of London.

    A person who would be fail to notice the beauty of the city of London in the early morning, would be dull of soul. According to the poet, the scene is so charming that it will touch all hearts. But a person with lack of sense of beauty can only pass by without enjoying the amazing sight.

“This beauty of morning; silent, bare” – What beauty does the poet refer to? Why the beauty is called ‘silent, bare’?

Ans: The poet refers to the beauty of London city viewed from the Westminster Bridge. Bathed in the morning sun, London looks very beautiful.

The beauty is ‘silent’ because it is the time of early morning and the whole city is noise free and motionless. It is ‘bare’ because of the smokeless air of the atmosphere. Everything looks bright and glittering in the morning sunlight. The poet feels a deep calmness which he had never felt before. The use of words ‘silent’ and ‘bare’ suggests that the city of London is also a part the vast nature.


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