(Questions and Answers asked in exam papers in previous years.)
Q1: Where does the the brook come from? Where is it destined to be?
Answer: The brook starts its journey from dwelling place of birds (such as coot and hern) in the hills. Finally it flows into the overflowing river.
Q2: What is the message of the poem about life?
Answer: The poem tells that life is eternal.
Q3: How does the brook behave at the origin?
Answer: At the origin, the brook is happy, bubbly and full of noise like a small child.
Q4: Who is the poet of poem 'The Brook'? What parallelism does he draw in his poem?
Answer: Alfred Lord Tennyson is the poet. He draws a parallelism between the journey of the brook with the life of a man.