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Identify the lines that reveal the critical tone of the poet towards the felling of the tree.
Dilip Chitre’s “Felling of the Banyan Tree” contains numerous instances that reveal the critical tone of the poet towards the felling of the banyan tree. As such, “Its scraggy aerial roots fell to the ground”; “Sawing them off for seven days and the heap was huge”; “Fifty men with axes chopped and chopped”; “Insects and birds began to leave the tree”; “We watched in terror and fascination this slaughter”.
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