What were they? Answer: Jody was not sure if the fawn was dead or alive. If it was dead then Jody didn’t want Mill-wheel to see the disappointment on his face. If the fawn was alive then Jody did not want to share his happiness with anybody else.
Why was the doe killed Class 8?
The doe was killed to save penny’s life. As he was bitten by a rattlesnake, and the liver and heart of a doe is used to draw out the poison. Doe was killed to be separated from its fawn.
Why is his father proud of Jody Mcq?
Answer: Jody’s father has been bitten by a rattle snake. He quickly kills a doe, uses its heart and liver to draw out the poison. … Penny was feeling proud because his son Jody saved his life by treating him when he had been bitten by a rattle snake.
What could Jody not keep out of his mind?
He could not keep it out of his mind. He had. held it, in his dreams, in his arms.
Why did Jody dip his finger in milk?
The deer drank the milk from Jody’s hands. When Jody gave milk to the fawn in a gourd, it butted it suddenly, smelling the milk and not knowing what to do with the milk in the gourd. It was then that Jody dipped his fingers in the milk and pushed them into the fawn’s soft wet mouth so that it would drink the milk.
How did Jody bring the fawn back home?
Jody picked up the fawn into his arms and proceeded to home. After some distance, he kept the fawn down and took rest. Later on, the fawn followed him. Thus he brought the fawn back home.
Why is Jody unwilling to leave the fawn to starve?
Answer: Penny allowed Jody to go find the fawn and raise it because it seemed ungrateful to him to leave the fawn to starve. He agreed with Jody that they had killed the doe for their purpose and the fawn was orphaned for no fault of its own. They could not let the fawn starve.
What does Penny say when Jody tells him he wants to adopt a fawn?
What does Penny say when Jody tells him he wants to adopt a fawn? Ans- Penny tells Jody that he cannot say no to such a noble idea, and adds that Joe is smarter than the boys of his age, therefore, he can bring keep the fawn.
Why was Millville afraid to leave Jody alone?
Ans. 2 Mill-wheel was afraid to leave Jody alone because he thought Jody might get lost or get bitter by the snake.
Why does Jody bring home?
Answer: Jody wanted to bring the fawn home because he felt that they had killed the doe for their purpose and the fawn had been orphaned for no fault of its own. He kept thinking about the hungry and scared fawn. He felt that it was their responsibility to take care of the fawn or else it would starve to death.
Why was it difficult for Jody to carry the fawn back home?
Question 3 : Why was it difficult for Jody to carry the fawn back home? Answer : It was difficult for Jody to carry back the fawn because the fawn was a little heavy. Also, the legs of the fawn were fairly long and its legs hung limply, making it difficult for Jody to carry it.
Why was Jody afraid about the fawn?
Why was Jody afraid of carrying the fawn through the clearing? Jody was afraid that the fawn might see or smell the carcass of the doe & begin to bleat & get out of his control.
Why was Jody so pleased?
Penny loved his son Jody. Jody was unhappy without the fawn. Now that the fawn had been found, Jody was happy. Jody’s happiness was the happiness of Penny.
Why did the fawn make no effort to rise?
It turned its head with a wide, wondering motion and shook him through with the stare of its liquid eyes. It was quivering. It made no effort to rise or run. Jody could not trust himself to move.
How did Jody meet the fawn?
Jody was unwilling to have Mill-wheel with him, so he moved alone in search of the Fawn. After a long walk he found the fawn. When he moved towards the fawn, it lifted it’s face to his. It turned it’s head with a wide and wondering motion.
Who passed the abandoned clearing?
4. How does Jody know that the fawn is a male? Jody gave himself over to thoughts of the fawn. They passed the abandoned clearing.
What is the moral of the story the Jody’s fawn?
About the lesson
The story highlights values such as love, care, justice and concern for a living being. Love and compassion are necessities without which humanity cannot survive. True compassion means not only feeling another’s pain but also being moved to help relieve it.
How did Jody bring the fawn back home in 100 words?
Answer: Jody picked up the fawn into his arms and proceeded home. After some distance, he kept the fawn down and took rest. Later on, the fawn followed him. Thus he brought the fawn back home.
How did Jody approach and win the trust of the fawn?
Ques 6: How did Jody approach and win the trust of the fawn? Ans: The fawn shook with fear as Jody drew near. It lifted its nose and scented the visitor. Jody moved forward on all fours and put his arms around its body.
Why did Jody want mill away?
Answer: Jody did not want Mill-wheel with him for two reasons. One reason was that if the fawn was dead or could not be found, he did not want him to see his disappointment. The second reason was that if they found the fawn, then the meeting would be so lovely and secret that he could not endure to share it.
Why didn’t the fawn follow Jody up the step as he had thought it would?
When the fawn reached Jodys home it did not follow Jody up the steps because of the strangeness of the house and the steps and everything. This is similar to its reaction to the milk in the gourd. It simply did not know what to do.
Who was mill wheel in Jody’s fawn?
Mill Wheel was the person who took Jody into the forest in order to search for the doe.
Who killed the doe in Jody’s fawn?
One day, a rattlesnake bites Jody’s father. In order to save him, he kills a doe so he could use the heart and liver to draw out the poison. He saves his father but unfortunately, the fawn is left all alone.