- What is an early development in a plot?
- What is the plot of the story Rikki Tikki Tavi?
- What was most important to Rikki Tikki Tavi?
- Why is the setting important in Rikki Tikki Tavi?
- Why didn’t Rikki Tikki Tavi destroy all of Nagaina’s eggs?
- Why is it the hardest thing in the world to frighten a mongoose?
- What happens when Nagaina goes down the Snake Hole?
- Why do you think Nag was trying to avoid killing Rikki Tikki?
- Whose approach to life Darzee’s or Rikki’s is more effective?
- What are mongooses famous for killing?
- Is Rikki Tikki Tavi a true story?
- What problem does Rikki-Tikki Tavi solve?
- How did Rikki Tikki kill nag?
- Where does Rikki Tikki get his name?
- Why was he called Rikki Tikki Tavi?
- What does Rikki-Tikki Tavi gain from his fight with Karait?
- What takes Rikki-Tikki Tavi away from his parents?
- Why does Rikki Tikki leave his parents?
- What does Rikki Tikki do with Nagaina’s last egg?
- Why do nag and Nagaina want to get rid of Teddy’s family and Rikki Tikki?
- What happens to nag and Nagaina?
What is an early development in a plot?
Theme is an early development in the plot of a story.
What is the plot of the story Rikki Tikki Tavi?
One day, a summer flood washes a young mongoose named Rikki-tikki-tavi away from his family. He’s found and revived by a British family living in India. The family adopts the orphaned mongoose—or, more accurately, he decides to stick around.
What was most important to Rikki Tikki Tavi?
A story can have more than one theme. One theme from Rikki Tikki Tavi would be courage. Rikki has to fight two cobras, Nag and Nagaina, to protect his garden and Teddy. He is frightened of them because they are stronger and bigger than he is, but he overcomes his fear and fights them anyway.
Why is the setting important in Rikki Tikki Tavi?
Rudyard Kipling’s story Rikki-Tikki-Tavi has an interesting setting. The setting is a literary component that describes the time and place in a narrative. It provides the backdrop to the story.
Why didn’t Rikki Tikki Tavi destroy all of Nagaina’s eggs?
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi didn’t destroy all of Nagaina’s eggs because he wants to use one egg as leverage to draw Nagaina to him. The main conflict is Rikki-Tikki-Tavi must keep Teddy and his family safe, and they are threatened by cobras living in the garden.
Why is it the hardest thing in the world to frighten a mongoose?
“It is the hardest thing in the world to frighten a mongoose, because he is eaten up from nose to tail with curiosity.
What happens when Nagaina goes down the Snake Hole?
Rikki does emerge victorious. He is able to kill Nagaina in the hole. The other animals are sure that she will kill him, because the situation is so dangerous and they cannot see what is happening down in there.
Why do you think Nag was trying to avoid killing Rikki Tikki?
A1. Nag was trying to avoid killing Rikki Tikki because he knew that Rikki Tikki was strong enough to kill him. It would not be an easy fight. He will be badly hurt.
Whose approach to life Darzee’s or Rikki’s is more effective?
Whose approach in life, Darzee’s or Rikki’s, is more effective? Explain your answer, citing evidence from the text. Rikki’s approach to life is effective because he thinks seriously about consequences before taking action or making claims.
What are mongooses famous for killing?
A number of mongooses, especially those of the genus Herpestes, will attack and kill venomous snakes. They depend on speed and agility, darting at the head of the snake and cracking the skull with a powerful bite.
Is Rikki Tikki Tavi a true story?
Review with your students that “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” is a fictional story, because even though there are such things as cobras and mongooses, the story characters and events are made up.
What problem does Rikki-Tikki Tavi solve?
Jonathan Beutlich, M.A. The main conflict in Kipling’s short story “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” is an external conflict. Rikki is a mongoose, and a mongoose’s mortal enemy is the cobra snake. Throughout the story, Rikki feels that it is his duty to protect his human family from invaders.
How did Rikki Tikki kill nag?
Rikki attacks Nag from behind in the bathroom. The ensuing struggle awakens the family, and the father kills Nag with a shotgun blast while Rikki bites down on the hood of the struggling male cobra.
Where does Rikki Tikki get his name?
Rikki got his name from the sound he makes, an example of onomatopoeia. Onomatopoeia is a sound device where a word is used that makes a sound. The words are usually spelled to represent the sound. In this case, the sound is the war cry of the mongoose.
Why was he called Rikki Tikki Tavi?
How did Rikki get his name? Ans: Although his eyes were pink but when he is angry , they become fiery red so he got the name Rikki.
What does Rikki-Tikki Tavi gain from his fight with Karait?
Karait is a smaller, but equally deadly snake, and Rikki’s fight with Karait allows Rikki to be established as a successful snake-hunter, and therefore a hero, without encountering the main antagonists.
What takes Rikki-Tikki Tavi away from his parents?
Hover for more information. Rikki-tikki gets washed away from his mongoose family in a flood and that is how he ends up with the people. This story takes place in British-colonized India, in a house on the edge of a “half cultivated” garden.
Why does Rikki Tikki leave his parents?
Why does Rikki-Tikki leave his parents? He gets lost while wandering. A flood carries him away. He is bored with family life.
What does Rikki Tikki do with Nagaina’s last egg?
Rikki Tikki felt the need to protect Teddy’s family and the other garden animals. Rikki-Tikki bites Nagaina and follows her into the hole and kills her and destroy the last egg, but all the other animals think that Rikki will surely die.
Why do nag and Nagaina want to get rid of Teddy’s family and Rikki Tikki?
Nag and Nagaina want the whole garden for themselves. they will hunt Rikki-tikki. They want to get rid of Teddy’s family because they want them gone. they want peace and quiet for their eggs to hatch and be happy.
What happens to nag and Nagaina?
Nagaina was the female cobra in the garden at the Indian bungalow. Rikki-tikki killed her mate, Nag, earlier in the story. However, it turns out that Nag and Nagaina had eggs. The other animals assume that once he follows her into her hole he is dead, because a cobra hole is very dangerous.