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Meeting at Night | Robert Browning | Part 2 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 11

Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) on Meeting at Night by Robert Browning

Meeting at Night | Robert Browning | Part 2 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 11

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16 Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) on Meeting at Night by Robert Browning 

1. The ringlets in 'Meeting at Night' are

    (A) soft   

    (B) frightening

    (C) firm

    (D) fiery 

 

2. The speed of the boat is slowed down as it 

    (A) enters slushy sand

    (B) hits an iceberg 

    (C) reaches the jetty

    (D) develops some problem


3. In Meeting at Night', there is a sense of pressing urgency as the narrator travels to see his beloved. Which of the following line/s capture this?

    (A) the startled little waves that leap

    (B) yellow half-moon large and low

    (C) as I gain the cove with pushing prow

    (D) Both (a) and (c) 

 

4. What is the nature of the journey?

    (A) joyride

    (B) clandestine 

    (C) secretive

    (D) celebratory 

5. The sea is grey and black is the

    (A) sky

    (B) boat

    (C) land 

    (D) beach 

 

6. The half-moon is large, and low, and

    (A) grey

    (B) silver

    (C) yellow 

    (D) red

 

7. The waves leap in ringlets from their sleep. These ringi 

    (A) fiery 

    (B) fierce

    (C) free

    (D) fresh

 

8. With pushing prow the speaker gains the

    (A) call

    (B) ladylove

    (C) shore

    (D) cove 

9. And quench its speed in the sand which is

    (A) dry

    (B) cool

    (C) slushy 

    (D) hot

 

10. The speaker in 'Meeting at Night undertakes a long journey 

    (A) at night 

    (B) during the day

    (C) in the morning

    (D) in the afternoon

 

11. The speaker in "Meeting at Night' undertakes a long journey to

    (A) meet his parents

    (B) discover a new land

    (C) fight his enemies

    (D) meet his beloved 

 

12. The meeting, as described in the poem Meeting at Night', is a/an

    (A) open meeting

    (B) secret meeting 

    (C) unplanned meeting

    (D) forced meeting

13. Browning's beloved was

    (A) Elizabeth Barrett 

    (B) Sara Coleridge

    (C) Dorothy Wordsworth

    (D) none of them

 

14. Robert Browning perfected the form of the

    (A) dramatic lyric

    (B) ode

    (C) dramatic monologue 

    (D) none of these 

 

15. The first four lines in Browning's poem, 'Meeting at Night', describe

    (A) the speaker

    (B) the sea and the land

    (C) the moon

    (D) the sea, the land, the moon, and the waves 


16. In 'Meeting at Night' the ringlets refer to

    (A) curly hair

    (B) waves 

    (C) fire

    (D) passion

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

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