The village school master ran his little school in a small village. It was situated next to the irregular fence that fringed the village path with full blossomed, beautiful but ornamental furze. He was not only a very strict disciplinarian but also a ferocious person to observe. He was familiar to the poet and all other truants because they had endured the master’s rage. His face was a thing of careful scrutiny. The trembling pupils would gaze at his face to sense his present frame of mind. The day misfortunes were written on his forehead or in between the eyebrows.
The school master was a contradiction. Although he was stern, he was kind and good-humored. He had a store of jokes. When he told them, the children burst out in fake laughter, under the pretext that the jokes were awfully hilarious. If the children observed a frown on his fore head, they circulated the gloomy news throughout the classroom in an undertone. But he was in essence a kind man. If at all he had any fault, it was his intense love for learning. He wanted his pupils to become genuine scholar and hence, he had to be demanding with them.
The villagers were unanimous in their opinion that he really was an erudite man. He without doubt could write and also work out sums in arithmetic. He could also survey land, forecast weather and tides. Besides, he was able to measure the content of a vessel .The parson approved of his skill in debate. Even if defeated, the school master would keep on arguing. He would become more fervent and would fling booming words at his adversary. The uncomprehending villagers would be convinced that the school master was establishing his standpoint very thoroughly. They stood round the two debaters and witnessed the verbal duel. They were awestruck when they heard the high-sounding and incomprehensible words used by the school master. They gawked at him and wondered how his small head could keep that enormous hoard of knowledge.
The town Goldsmith is expounding on is designated "Reddish-brown": it isn't genuine, however a fanciful perfect one, perhaps one of the towns he had seen as a tyke and a young fellow in Ireland and England.
Goldsmith, the artist, comes back to the town that he knew as energetic and alive, and thinks that it’s betrayed and congested.
Yes I agree with the statement that oliver goldsmith uses a range of details to breathe life into village school master . The name of the teacher was Thomas (Paddy) Byrne. He had taught goldsmith when he was 6 years old. The poet clearly gives us examples from his poem that the village school master was an ideal teacher. There are various reasons like he was serious and strict but also cracked jokes to keep his class light hearted was knowledgeable and intellectual had intense love for learning. He was an accurate surveyor of land could predict weather patterns made estimations accurately . Whenever the schoolmaster was in a debate or arguement he used difficult high sounding words which had emotive language. The villagers were amazed at his knowledge and he got a lot of respect and admiration from the villagers or rustics. He was also an erstwhile educator. He wanted his students to be learned men. Hope it helps u. Please check if any grammatic or spelling errors are there
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