Answer following questions in short.
Q1) How does the tiger feel in the cage?
Ans1) The tiger feels uneasy in the cage. It roars growls and snarls. It always remains in anger and goes on moving the few steps on the pads of velvet quiet.
Q2) How does a tiger create terror for the villages?
Ans2)The villagers become fearful on seeing the tiger moving around the villages. They are afraid lest it should attack and kill them. Its bare fangs and cruel paws can pierce the body in no time.
Q3) What does the tiger do at night?
Ans3) The tiger does not rest even at night. It hears the last voice of the patrolling car. It keeps stares at the brilliant stars.
Q4) After a deep contemplation the tiger does not want to remain in wild. Why?
Ans4) The tiger has thought about the consequences of remaining in a wild. It has arrived at a conclusion that the hunters might shoot him. He has the fear of being drowned by water. Or it may be served with poisoned food.
Some more questions for practice.
Q1) Where does the tiger stay for its prey?
Q2) Mention some of the activities of the tiger?
Q3) How does Peter Niblett compare the life of tiger in a cage and in the wild?
Q4) Which different senses have been presented by the poet in this poem?