Do you  think that the frog is fair in his judgement of the  nightingales song. Give resons
 

Asked by tarjindersingh55 | 14th Jun, 2017, 07:35: PM

Expert Answer:

No, the frog was wrong in judging the nightingale's song. The frog was clearly territorial, proud, boastful and haughty. The frog was threatened by the presence of the talented rival and was jealous of all the adulation the nightingale was garnering. The frog, thus, asked her to sing a song of her own. When she told to him that her song was her own, he arrogantly replied that it was nothing to boast about. The innocent nightingle, on the other hand, fell prey to the frog's criticism. He kept criticizing her, telling her that her song was far too long and lacked a certain force and needed his tutelage. He made her practice for longer hours insisting that her voice needs to get stronger. He wanted her to add more thrills and frills and make it sharper and snappier. However, all this criticism took a toll on the poor bird and she lost her spirit. Terrified of the frog, she kept on trying till she bursted a vein and died. The frog was unapologetic in her death too.

 

Answered by Athira | 15th Jun, 2017, 04:27: PM

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