1. 'There' refers to the giant’s garden. 
    2. 'They' refer to the children.
    3. They are saying so because the giant doesn't let them play in his garden. 

    1. The giant is the speaker.
    2. He is speaking to himself.
    3. The children are the ones who play in the giant’s garden.
    4. The speaker is saying that 'the children are the most beautiful flowers of all ' because children are the source of happiness.

  1. The children used to play in selfish giant's garden.

  2.  There are various themes here in this story as arrogance, consequences of selfishness, love, and compassion, the concept of salvation, etc. Good deeds are always rewarded whereas bad deeds are always punished. Here, we simply find the arrogance of the giant and his selfishness against the children which have brought bad results for him. But, due to his good deeds, he has got a fine platform to reach outside.

  3. Yes, God punishes those who are cruel and very selfish. Children are supposed to be very innocent and babies of God. They are known for their simplicity. Their presence is a sign of a good omen. We can get a fine example from this story about God's punishment to the giant. He feels guilty himself for his bad deeds.

  4. The snow-covered up the grass with its white cloak and the Frost painted all the trees silver

  5. The giant heard the sweet and melodious chirping of a bird when he was lying in his bed.

  6. The spring never came to the Giant's Garden as the selfish giant didn't allow the children to play in his Garden.

  7. He realized his mistake when the children stopped visiting the garden and the garden never experienced the spring season.

  8. in this short story, we find the perfect use of personification. Here, winter, frost, snow, north wind, hail, and little child have been wonderfully personified. Among these, winter, frost, and snow have been personified as feminine gender with unique force whereas north wind, hail, and little child have been personified as masculine gender with powers.

    Here,  the little boy is compared to the god.

    1.  The spring season symbolizes happiness.
    2. The winter season symbolizes suffering.
    3. The tree symbolizes the identity of the child as Christ.
    4. The corner of the garden symbolizes the sacred place of God from where redemption is possible.
    5. The snow, the wind, and the frost symbolize unique forces against bad deeds.

Who wrote 'The Selfish Giant'?

Where did the children use to play?

For how many years, Giant stayed with his friend?

What was written in the notice board?

One morning, Who was singing outside of the Giant's window?

Who was standing on the farthest corner of the garden?

what was the weather in the giant's garden, when there was spring outside?