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Brotherhood:Homage to Claudius Ptolemy | Octavio Paz | Part 2 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 11

Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) on Brotherhood:Homage to Claudius Ptolemy by Octavio Paz

2 Brotherhood:Homage to Claudius Ptolemy | Octavio Paz | Part 2 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 11

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12 Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) on Upon Westminster Bridge by William Wordsworth  

1. The poet uses the word ‘man’ to suggest that

    (A) he is but an insignificant being in comparison with the vast universe 

    (B) he feels his greatness when  he looks at the enormous starry sky

    (C) his life is not restricted

    (D) none of these

 

2. The implication of the stars is that 

    (A) they write the fortune of human beings like the poet 

    (B) they point out eternity in comparison philosophic mind

    (C) the poet recognizes his significance

    (D) none of these

 

3. The title includes Ptolemy to bring in connotations of 

    (A) astronomy

    (B) the night sky

    (C) contrast between Rome and Mexico

    (D) man and the universe 

 

4. The title of the poem suggests that 

    (A) the poet understands the harmony of the whole universe 

    (B) the poet, as he is little, is not a part of this vast universe

    (C) no order is found in the universal system

    (D) none of these 

5. The poet is a man. He lasts

    (A) little 

    (B) much

    (C) sometime

    (D) a moment

 

6. The poet looks

    (A) up 

    (B) on

    (C) out 

    (D) above 

 

7. The stars here

    (A) twinkle

    (B) move

    (C) spell

    (D) write  

 

8. As a human being, the poet ----- little.  

    (A) lasts 

    (B) calls

    (C) exists

    (D) says 

9. In 'Brotherhood', the stars are cosmic entities controlling  

    (A) the course of the moon

    (B) human life on earth 

    (C) the night-sky

    (D) the flow of time

 

10. What do the stars write? 

    (A) the magnitude of the galaxy

    (B) every human being's place in the world 

    (C) the insignificance of the human being

    (D) the immorality of the gods 

 

11. In the beginning, man sees himself in this vast universe as

    (A) godly  

    (B) insignificant 

    (C) dominating

    (D) huge

 

12. The opposition the poet offers is between

    (A) a man and woman

    (B) man and the universe 

    (C) the night sky and the morning

    (D) Ptolemy and the astronomers

Do Practice these  Questions and Answers yourself. You will definitely score an excellent result.

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