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The Sick Rose | William Blake | Part 1 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 11

Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) on The Sick Rose by William Blake
The Sick Rose | William Blake | Part 1 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 11
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15 Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) on Meeting at Night by Robert Browning 

1. The poem The Sick Rose' is written by

(A) William Wordsworth

(B) William Blake 

(C) Octavio Paz

(D) Robert Browning


2. The poem The Sick Rose' is taken from

(A) Songs of Innocence

(B) Songs of Experience 

(C) Poetical Sketches

(D) Selected Poems


3. 'The Sick Rose' was first published in

(A) Songs of Innocence' in 1789

(B) lake's 'The Song of Los' in 1802

(C) Songs of Experience' in 1794

(D) 'Songs of Experience' in 1789


4. The poem The Sick Rose opens with the speaker addressing the

(A) Rose

(B) Love

(C) Sickness

(D) Worm

5. The figure of speech used at the outset of the poem The Sick Rose' is

(A) anaphora

(B) epistrophe

(C) apostrophe 

(D) polysyndeton

 

6. The word invisible' describes

(A) the worm

(B) the rose

(C) the bed

(D) the experience

 

7. 'Howling storm' in The Sick Rose' denotes 

(A) rebirth

(B) chaos 

(C) regeneration

(D) natural disaster


8. The 'howling storm' energises

(A) the worm

(B) the rose

(C) love

(D) corruption

9. The Sick Rose' is a/an

(A) elegiac poem

(B) gnomic poem 

(C) ballad

(D) sonnet


9. The poem, The Sick Rose', begins with an exclamation suggesting

(A) the beauty and modesty of the rose

(B) the poet's shocked reaction to the sickness of the rose

(C) the positive value of experience

(D) none of these


11. The night' and 'howling storm' are indicative of the nature of

(A) the rose

(B) the night 

(C) the evil force

(D) ideal love


12. To the rose, the worm is

(A) visible 

(B) loving

(C) invisible 

(D) noble

13. The word 'invisible' means

(A) unseen 

(B) seen

(C) secret

(D) incomplete

 

14. Here 'sick' means

(A) ill 

(B) unpleasant

(C) weary

(D) tired


15. The word opposite in meaning to 'sick' is

(A) well 

(B) ill

(C) pleasant

(D) unfit

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

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