Unchopping a Tree

Summary

In this pseudo directive essay, the writer talks about the importance of nature. He indirectly suggests us that we should preserve the nature. Although unchopping or joining a tree is impossible, the writer suggests that we should not cut down the trees. If we blindly cut down the trees, the whole ecology, environment and the nature will be affected.

Unchopping a tree is not possible once it is cut down. We cannot put the leaves and nests in their own place. We have to join all the broken and chopped parts of the tree and make the tree stand as before and weave the spider web. We cannot even make it alive once it is cut down.

In this essay, the writer wants to say that our unwise chopping of the trees will lead us to the destruction of the forest, ecology, environment and the whole nature. We have to face devastating result due to deforestation. Chopping of trees is just like chopping the human existence. Thus, we should stop deforestation and conserve the nature and our existence by conserving trees.

Important Questions and Answers: 

a. Is unchopping a tree possible?

Ans: Unchopping a tree is not possible once it is cut down. The word unchopping has pseudo directive meaning. We cannot put the leaves and nests in their own place. We have to join all the broken and chopped parts of the tree and make the tree stand as before and weave the spider web. We cannot even make it alive once it is cut down.

b. What is the theme of the essay?

Ans: Through the essay, writer indirectly suggests us to take preventive measures to conserve the trees. Our unwise chopping of the trees will lead us to the destruction of the forest, ecology, environment and the whole nature. We have to face devastating result due to deforestation. Chopping of trees is just like chopping the human existence. Thus, we should stop deforestation and conserve the nature and our existence by conserving trees.

 

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