Who made roadside stand and where?
(d) The poor rural people made in the village
Who went and waited in the lines?
(d) The rural folk went to hear the sound of stopping cars
Who are the ‘pitiful kin’ in the poem?
(d) The poor rural folk and farmers
What does I stand for in the poem?
What is the open prayer from near the open window?
(d) for the sound of coming cars to stop at the road stand to help the owner to earn money from them
Who is the poet of A Roadside Stand?
(b) Robert Frost
What does Frost’s poem deal with?
(a) human tragedies, fears and their solutions
What does Frost describe in the poem?
(a) the feelings of the owners of a roadside shed
Why was roadside stand built?
(c) to earn money from polished city traffic
What is being sold on roadside stand?
(d) wild berries, golden squash and some other similar products