How do you evaluate human sensibility towards the non human in the poem parrot in the cage?
Answer: The correct answer is the poem parrot in the cage.
The historical-political interpretation alludes to the Nepali society under the autocratic anarchy in Lekh Nath’s time. In this line, Dayaram Shrestha argues that the poem “sketches a realistic picture of Nepali political environment during the rule of Ranas” (63). Shrestha further claims that the thematic value of this poem lies in its “portrayal of the age” (64).
In this sense, both the “cage” and the “parrot” respectively symbolize the Rana regime, which had seized people’s freedom, and the Nepali people who desired freedom. The textual readings examine discernible universal elements in the poem: both its common themes and formal features. Thakur Parajuli represents its universal messages with such concepts as “faith in human liberty,”