NBSE Class 12 English

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Here, you will find short summaries and all the solutions of English subject which is a part of the syllabus of Class 12 students studying under Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE). These solutions, however, should be only treated as references and can be modified/changed.


NBSE Class 12 English Chapter 1: A Piece of Bread

Summary of A Piece of Bread: Francois Coppee’s A Piece of Bread is the story of valuing the things that we have and about friendship. In this story, a wealthy Duke enlists himself into the French army and goes to the battlefield along with the common soldiers, but being a rich person, he doesn’t quite like the quality of food being served to the soldiers and throws a piece of bread on the mud. A weak soldier picks it up and eats it. The soldier tells him how difficult it is to earn a piece of bread. This leads to a friendship between them and ultimately the soldier gives his life for the Duke.

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NBSE Class 12 English Chapter 2: Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds

William Shakespeare’s sonnet 116 titled “Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds” is one of the most universally recognised and loved sonnets written by Shakespeare. The poem describes true love using different expressions and the poet goes on to explain that if it is true love, it will forever stay and absolutely nothing can separate true lovers and if love alters with time, it cannot be called true love. The poet is so sure about his assessments that he says if he is proven wrong, he will cease to remain a writer and no one has ever loved.

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NBSE Class 12 English Chapter 3: A Voice for Freedom

“A Voice for Freedom” is the speech delivered by Ellen Johnson Sirleaf while accepting her Nobel Prize for Peace. In her speech, Sirleaf says that she is receiving the prize on behalf of all the women in her country Liberia, Africa and the world. She talks about the atrocities women around the world face in different circumstances and urges the women to find their voice and raise their voice.

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