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Brief Question Answer from 'London 1802 or Milton' by William Wordsworth

London 1802 or Milton

1. Who wrote "London 1802"?
Ans: William Wordsworth wrote the poem "London 1802".
2. What is the genre of "London 1802"?
Ans: "London, 1802" is a Petrarchan sonnet. 
3. What is Petrarchan sonnet?
Ans: Petrarchan sonnet is a kind of sonnet that consists of an octave with the rhyme scheme abbaabba and of a systet with one of several rhyme schemes as cdecde or cdcdcd.
4. Who is Milton?
Ans: John Milton was an English poet, orator, man of letters, and civil servant for the Commonwealth of England under Oliver Cromwell.
5. How was the sound of Milton's voice?
Ans: The sound of Milton's voice was like the sound of the sea, pure as the naked heavens, majestic and free. 
6. What was the spiritual condition of Milton?
Ans: Spiritually Milton was as bright as a star, and stood apart from the crowd: he did not need the approval or company of others in order to live his life as he pleased.
7. Who is ‘She’ in ‘London 1802’? [NU 20018]
Ans: In ‘London 1802’, ‘She’ stands for England.
8. What is a fen?
Ans: A fen is a low and marshy or frequently flooded area of land.
9. Why has England become a fen of stagnant water?
Ans: England has become a fen of stagnant water because all the sectors of England have lost their inward happiness. 
10. Why does Wordsworth remember John Milton in the poem "London 1802"?
Ans: Wordsworth remembers John Milton in the poem "London 1802" to pay homage to Milton and also with the purpose of restoring the moral and spiritual standard of England.
11. Why does England need Milton?
Ans: England needs Milton for enriching the people of England with manners, virtue, freedom and power. 
12. What is the purpose of writing "London 1802"?
Ans: The purpose of writing "London 1802" was to pay homage to Milton and to restore the moral and spiritual standard of England.