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Meeting at Night | Robert Browning | Part 3 | 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 3 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 11
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17 Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) on Upon Westminster Bridge by William Wordsworth  

1. The night-time in Browning's poem, Meeting at Night', has been presented through

    (A) the title, grey sea, black land, and yellow moon 

    (B) the title

    (C) the wave

    (D) the yellow moon

 

2. "As I gain the cove with pushing prow.." This extract from Browning's poem, Meeting at Night', suggests that the speaker is

    (A) walking on foot

    (B) riding a horse

    (C) driving a car

    (D) sailing a boat 

 

3. "And the startled little waves that leap…” This extract from Browning's poem, "Meeting at Night', is an example of

    (A) alliteration and personification 

    (B) irony

    (C) conceit

    (D) metaphor and irony 

 

4. "As I gain the cove with pushing prow..” Here 'pushing prow is an example of

    (A) alliteration 

    (B) personification

    (C) irony

    (D) metaphor

5. "And quench its speed in the slushy sand..." Here, the sand is 'slushy' because

    (A) it is very close to the sea 

    (B) it is very close to a pond

    (C) it is very close to the farm

    (D) it is very close to the field

 

6. " And quench its speed in the slushy sand..." Here, the expression quench its speed' means 

    (A) satisfied its thirst by drinking fast

    (B) satisfied the lover by moving fast

    (C) satisfied the ladylove by sailing fast

    (D) coming to a stop 

 

7. The leaping waves symbolize

    (A) the lover's unhappiness

    (B) the perilous sea

    (C) repressed feelings of the ladylove

    (D) the lover's eagerness to meet his beloved 

 

8. The poet describes the sea, the land, and the moon through

    (A) poetic phrases

    (B) use of colour 

    (C) graphics

    (D) rhyme

9. In the poem, 'black' refers to

    (A) boat

    (B) land 

    (C) sea

    (D) beach 

 

10. Here 'startled' means

    (A) surprised 

    (B) stirred

    (C) strange

    (D) strong

 

11. Leap means

    (A) lead

    (B) leaf

    (C) jump 

    (D) leave

 

12.'Fiery' means here

    (A) bright red 

    (B) burning

    (C) fair

    (D) fear

13. 'Ringlets' actually mean

    (A) bracelets

    (B) playlets

    (C) rivulets

    (D) long, curling hair 

 

14. In the poem, 'cove means

    (A) dove

    (B) coup

    (C) sea

    (D) a covered part of a coast 

 

15. 'With pushing prow Here 'prow' means

    (A) front of boat 

    (B) end of a boat

    (C) start of journey

    (D) end of journey

16. In the poem, 'quench' means

    (A) slow down 

    (B) enquire

    (C) thirst 

    (D) quick


17. The word slushy means

    (A) slippery

    (B) marshy

    (C) sandy

    (D) soft and muddy 

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

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