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1. How did Leela try to make Sidda write? What was the result?
2. Where from was the chain found ultimately and by whom? What did this incident reveal?
3. “He looked at her mutely like an animal” – Who looks at whom? What was the situation when this occurred? (2+3)
4. “Take him to the station. I think I shall have to sit with him tonight.” – Who said this and about whom? What for did the speaker want to sit with him at night?
5. What was Sidda’s duty to Leela at the time of her sleep? What were the stories told?
1. Attempt a brief comparative study between sir Mohan Lal and Lachmi.
2. “You are a bit of all right, old chap.” – Who is the speaker? Who is referred to here as ‘old chap’? What picture of the person’s character here spoken to, is revealed in this line?
3. “Preposterous, preposterous,” – he shouted – Who shouted and why? What was the result?
4. Sketch the character of Sir Mohan Lal.
5. “I am only a native woman.” – Who is the speaker? Give a short estimation of the speaker’s character in the light of the above remark.
1. “One day Jimmy sat down in his room and wrote a letter to an old friend.” – Who is the old friend? What does Jimmy write to him and why?
2. How was the girl saved?
3. How did love bring a radical change in Jimmy’s life?
4. “Give me that rose you are wearing, will you?” – Who said this? Why does the speaker ask for the rose?
5. Describe the character of Jimmy Valentine.
1. Who was St. Francis of Assisi? What for did Mother Teresa mention the name in her Nobel Lecture?
2. What was natural family planning taught by Mother Teresa to the poor? What was the source of Mother’s lamentation about natural family planning?
3. What was the most extraordinary experience of Mother Teresa with a Hindu family, as narrated in her “Nobel Lecture”?
4. “And she died with a smile on her face.” – How did she die with smile on her face?
5. “And that is what strikes me most.” – Who is the speaker? What strikes the speaker most? What remedy does the speaker suggest? (1+2+2)
The Place of Art in Education:
1. According to Nandalal Bose, how does the absence of a sense of beauty affect society?
2. What does Nandalal Bose say of the communion of the art – students with nature?
3. How does, according to Nandalal Bose, the lack in aesthetic sense affect life?
4. How does a poor Santhal express his sense of beauty and order in his daily life?
5. What are the two different forms of art? How much important are those?
Upon Westminster Bridge:
1. Describe, after Wordsworth, the city of London as given in the poem “Upon Westminster Bridge”.
2. “Earth has not anything to show more fair.” – What for such a comparison is made in the poem? Who is described as ‘Dull soul’ and why in the poem “Upon Westminster Bridge”?
3. What is Personification? Give some examples of personification used in the poem “Upon Westminster Bridge”.
4. “A sight so touching in its majesty”. – What is the sight referred to here? What does the poet feel about the sight? Who would be dull of soul and why?
5. “Never saw I, never felt, a calm so deep!” – What prompts the poet to say so?
Meeting at Night
1. Justify the title of the poem “Meeting at Night”.
2. What does the poet do during his journey to the farmhouse? What does he do on reaching the farmhouse? (3+2)
3. “Than the two hearts beating each to each!” – Bring out precisely the sense.
4. Give an account of the lover’s journey to his beloved in the “Meeting at Night”.
5. “As I gain the cove with pushing prow/And quench its speed i’ the slushy sand.” – What is the cove? What do you mean by ‘quench its speed’? (2+3)
The Sick Rose
1. Bring out the relation between the rose and the worm.
2.”And his dark secret love/Does the life destroy.” – What incident is referred to here? Does this bear any inner sense?
3. Bring out the central idea or meaning of the poem “The Sick Rose”.
4. What does the worm in “The Sick Rose” symbolise? Why is it invisible?
5. “O Rose thou art sick” – Why is the rose sick and how has the rose fallen sick? Why does the poet exclaim out the sickness of the rose?
6.”Has found out thy bed of crimson joy” – Whom does the word ‘thy’ refer to? What did he find and when? What does the expression ‘crimson joy’ suggest?
Brotherhood: Homage to Claudius Ptolemy
1. Justify the title of the poem “Brotherhood: Homage to Claudius Ptolemy”.
2. Bring out the central idea of the poem.
3. “Unknowing I understand……… What does the poet understand? Bring out the challenge implied here. Or, Give the significance of the line “Unknowing I understand….” in the poem “Brotherhood: Homage to Claudius Ptolemy”.
4. What does the speaker understand in the poem ‘Brotherhood’? What do the stars in the poem ‘Brotherhood’ write? What is meant by ‘unknowing I understand’? (2+2+1)
5. What is man contrasted with? What is the contrast? Explain the process by which the speaker-poet comes to believe this final image of himself. (1+2+2)
1. Narrate the wind’s activities as presented in the poem “Daybreak”?
2. Justify the title of the poem “Daybreak”?
3. “It crossed the churchyard with sigh” – Who crossed the churchyard? Why did it sigh? What did the wind say while crossing the churchyard? Why did it say so? (1+1+1+2)
4. What does the wind do on the land in the poem “Daybreak”? What role does the wind play in the poem? (2+3)
5. From where did the wind come and when? Whom did it meet? What sound devices did Longfellow use in the poem?
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