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Chapter 4.2 - The Rising of the Moon Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board

Chapter 4: The Rising of the Moon


Chapter 4.2 - The Rising of the Moon Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board

There are some dialogues that are short, but quite effective. They give us enjoyment and add beauty to the main story. Find some more from the text.


Chapter 4.2 - The Rising of the Moon Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board



SOLUTION

Some examples of effective dialogues from the text are:

  1. I‘d know him a mile off

  2. What‘s that to you?

  3. What sort is he?

  4. Come back, is it, Sergeant?

  5. Do you say so?

  6. Take a draw yourself?

  7. It‘ll quiet you.

  8. Never fear, I won‘t.

  9. It‘s no business of yours

  10. It‘s a pity!

  11. I‘m obliged to you.



Comment on the given statement after reading the given dialogue -

And if we get him itself, nothing but abuse on our heads for it from the people, and maybe from our own relations -

you may begin like this

We do not think about society at large _________________________________________________.



SOLUTION

you may begin like this

We do not think about society at large - while performing our duties. Even if no appreciation comes our way, we must continue to fulfill our duties and not be affected by the criticism of society.



It’s a pity some honest man not to be better of that ________________________________________________.


SOLUTION

It’s a pity some honest man not to be better of that It is sad for an honest man not to be making enough money to be tempted by a reward of a hundred pounds.



I wouldn’t be in your shoes if he rewards me ten times as much. People generally fall victim to incentives. Some people stick to values. They _________________.


SOLUTION

I wouldn’t be in your shoes if he rewards me ten times as much. People generally fall victim to incentives. Some people stick to values. They are unaffected by temptation and no amount of bribe can make them do something they don‘t want to do.



But when I saw a man in trouble, I could never help trying to set him out of it.

Its human to help others. Here the statement tells us that ____________________________.



SOLUTION

But when I saw a man in trouble, I could never help trying to set him out of it.

It's human to help others. Here the statement tells us that when we come across a person who is in trouble, we must not look away and instead do our best to help him out of the situation.


The priorities of the Sergeant are shifted. Complete the given table by using the given clues.

Chapter 4.2 - The Rising of the Moon Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board

priorities of the Sergeant

priorities at the end of the play

in the beginning

patriotism

law and duty 

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SOLUTION

 

priorities of the Sergeant

priorities at the end of the play

i.

Law and duty

Patriotism

ii.

money (reward)

Ireland‘s freedom

iii.

promotion

Helping a rebel leader



Find sentences from the play related to the given points.

Loyalty in Irish Nationalism:

  1. Maybe Sergeant you’ll be on the side of the country yet.

  2. ____________________________

  3. ____________________________

  4. ____________________________



SOLUTION

Loyalty in Irish Nationalism:

  1. Maybe Sergeant you’ll be on the side of the country yet.

  2. If the other boys had told you some plan they had, some plan to free the country, you might have joined with them.

  3. I am a friend of Granuaile.

  4. You won‘t betray me ... the friend of Granuaile.



The tension between different loyalties

  1. It’s little we get but abuse from the people, and no choice but to obey our orders.

  2. ________________________________

  3. ________________________________

  4. ________________________________



SOLUTION

The tension between different loyalties

  1. It’s little we get but abuse from the people, and no choice but to obey our orders.

  2. But to think of a man like you knowing a song like that.

  3. One of the boys you used to be singing with that time you will be arresting to-day or tomorrow.

  4. Sergeant, I am thinking it was with the people you were, and not with the law you were, when you were a young man.

  5. Maybe, Sergeant, it comes into your head sometimes, in spite of your belt and your tunic, that it might have been as well for you to have followed Granuaile.

  6. (After a pause.) No one.



The description of the character is given below. Identify the character from the play. Find some sentences which support your choice.

He is a brave but irresponsible person.



SOLUTION

The character is the Sergeant.

He is brave - I don’t want it. Bring it with you,

He is an irresponsible Sergeant (after a pause) - no one.



He is a major character. He dominates in the story.


SOLUTION

The character is the Sergeant.

He is a major character

  • (Sergeant, who is older than the others, crosses the stage to right and looks down steps.)

He dominates the story

  • Well, hurry on, you have plenty of other places to placard yet, and come back here than to me. You can take the lantern. Don‘t be too long now.

  • Come back from those steps; no one has left to pass down them tonight.

  • Stop that noise.

  • It‘s no business of yours what I think.

  • If you don‘t stop that, I‘ll arrest you.

  • Bring it with you I tell you. No more talk.

  • Be off the two of you, yourselves, and your lantern!



He is smart as well as brave.


SOLUTION

The character is the ballad- singer/prisoner/man.

He is smart

  • And maybe the man you are watching for to-night used to be sitting on the wall when he was young and singing those same songs... It's a queer world…
    It‘s a pity! It‘s a pity. You deceived me. You deceived me well.

He is brave

  • There isn‘t another man in Ireland who would have broken gaol the way he did.

  • I am. There are a hundred pounds on my head.

  • Will you let me pass, or must I make you let me?



He is the centre of the play.


SOLUTION

The character is the ballad- singer/prisoner/man.

He is the centre of the play

  • Man: You needn‘t ask who I am; that placard will tell you.
    Sergeant: You are the man I am looking for.



He is obedient and simple.


SOLUTION

The character is Policeman B.

He is obedient

  • Policeman B: Would the barrel be a good place to put a notice up?
    Sergeant: It might; you can put it there.
                  (They paste the notice up.)
    Sergeant: (Furious.) Be off the two of you, yourselves, and your lantern! (They go out.)

He is simple

  • Policeman B: Did anyone come this way?
    Sergeant: (after a pause) No one.
    Policeman B: No one at all?
    Sergeant: No one at all.
    Policeman B: We had no orders to go back to the station; we can stop along with you.



11th Standard English Yuvakbharati Balbharati Solutions for  Maharashtra State Board

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Chapter 4.1: History of English Drama

Chapter 4.2: The Rising of the Moon

Chapter 4.3: Extracts of Drama - (A) A Midsummer - Night's Dream

Chapter 4.3: Extracts of Drama - (B) An Enemy of the People


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The Rising of the Moon- Lady Gregory

Summary: 

‘The Rising of the Moon’ is a story about a ballad singer and a police officer (Sergeant). The ballad singer was a disguised revolutionary hero of Ireland. He brought a change in the Sergeant. Though the Sergeant was a loyal worker of the English government, he gave a chance to the singer to escape. 

At the beginning of the drama, three men, a sergeant and two junior assistants, were distributing flyers. It was an advertisement offering a sum of one hundred pounds to capture the fugitive prisoner. It was seen that the Sergeant was tempted to arrest the revolutionary hero to win the reward of one hundred pounds. 

After some time a ragged man came there. The man acted as an entertaining ballad singer, but in reality, he was the fugitive prisoner. Both the ballad singer and the Sergeant were talking to each other. During their talk, the ballad singer sang a revolutionary ballad. Here the prisoner, who was disguised as an Irish hero, was trying to awaken in the Sergeant feelings of Irish unity and patriotism. In the course of singing, the ballad singer deliberately missed some lines, which were supplied by the Sergeant. From this instance, it became clear that the Sergeant had also nationalistic and rebellions sentiments. But these sentiments of rebellion on the part of the Sergeant were stunted by his occupational loyalty to the English government. 

At the end the Sergeant understood the reality of the prisoner. But he decided to allow the prisoner to leave and escape. His patriotism won over his duty.

The title - The Rising of the Moon

    The title ‘The rising of the Moon’ comes from a popular old rebel song that pointed to the rising of the moon as the signal for the rising of peoples against oppression. 

    The main characters of the play represent the two opposing forces in Ireland: freedom struggle and patriotism, personified by the ballad singer (a Ragged Man) and law and order, represented by the Sergeant.


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