“Yes, October is the best time” –
Give a short description of the landscape (beauty) of the Hills in October .
How did the narrator of “The Eyes Have It” describe the landscape of the hills in October ?
Note to the Students:
The descriptions of the hill given by the narrator is completely based on the imagination, or maybe the author is going to make it different that a blind man can see more compared to one with eyesight.
বর্ণনাকারীর দ্বারা প্রদত্ত পাহাড়ের বর্ণনা সম্পূর্ণরূপে কল্পনার উপর ভিত্তি করে নির্মিত হয়েছে, বা হতে পারে লেখক এটিকে আলাদা করতে চলেছেন যা একজন অন্ধ লোক চোখের দৃষ্টিশক্তির তুলনায় আরও দেখতে পাবে।
Description of the Beauty of the Hills in October
The narrator remarks “Yes, October is the best time” in support of the girl’s interest for the hills sights in Mussoorie, as she expressed her wish to visit to the hills specially in October. The narrator being agreed to her selection of time, he replied that October is the best time to visit the hills. He gives a shot description of the beauty of the hills in October after recalling his memories of the Hills sights.
In the month of October the Hills are covered with wild dahlias, the landscapes of the hills look very beautiful.
The sunrise at the hills is delicious. The Rise of the sun beyond the hills looks wonderful.
Beautiful Night :
At the night one can sit in the font of hills station and one can enjoy the life.
Quiet and Deserted Hills :
In October all the tourists left the hills. And the road becomes so quiet and almost deserted. It seems wonderful at the Hills stations.
Feeling of the Hills :
The narrator thinks October is the best time to visit the hills to get a wonderful feeling of the place.
The narrator was blind, what he described about the beauty of the hill are completely based on imaginations he perceives things without eye sights. His description is rather vivid and lively than the people who have eyes and see the beauty of this world. The descriptions of the hill by the narrator is a new kind of imagination that eyes can capture without vision to see.