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Meeting at Night | Robert Browning | Part 5 | 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 5 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 11

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

1. 'A tap at the pane…is an image relating to

    (A) sight

    (B) sound

    (C) touch 

    (D) smell

 

2. “…. the quick sharp scratch/And blue spurt of a lighted match”  - The match is lighted by 

    (A) the poet

    (B) the speaker

    (C) the ladylove 

    (D) a guard

 

3. "And a voice less loud, .../ Than the two hearts beating each to each!” ----- The above extract means

    (A) the voice is softer than the sound of beating of hears of the lovers 

    (B) the voice is louder than the sound of beating of hear of the lovers

    (C) the sound of beating of hearts of the lovers is less loud than the sound of the voice

    (D) none of the above 

 

4. In "Meeting at Night the expression ‘two hearts beating' depicts

    (A) the frightened condition of two persons

    (B) the excitement of the speaker and his beloved meeting secretly 

    (C) the extreme joy beauty of Wordsworth and Dorothy at the beauty of London

    (D) the dangers of sailing in the sea in a stormy night 

5. The poem is

    (A) thinly autobiographical 

    (B) about the poet's own intense feelings during his meeting with Elizabeth Barrett

    (C) satiric in tone

    (D) a fine example of an elegy

 

6. In the poem, "Meeting at Night”,

    (A) the poet is hedonistic

    (B) the poet is pessimistic

    (C) love is defeated

    (D) love is triumphant 

 

7. On the pane there's a 

    (A) tap 

    (B) tape

    (C) trap

    (D) trip

 

8. The focus in Stanza 2 falls on

    (A) the passion of the lovers

    (B) the openness of the meeting

    (C) the secrecy of the meeting 

    (D) the perfect understanding between the lovers

9. The phrase warm sea-scented, beach' refers to

    (A) the warmth of the land

    (B) the temperature of the night

    (C) the smell of salt

    (D) the warmth of anticipation 

 

10. The speaker is

    (A) the poet  

    (B) the persona 

    (C) the farmer

    (D) an Englishman

 

11. The spurt of the lighted match, as described in 'Meeting at Night, is

    (A) grey

    (B) black

    (C) blue 

    (D) yellow

 

12. The title of the poem

    (A) refers to the evening only

    (B) refers to the lovers love tor dark night

    (C) suggests the lover's sexual passions

    (D) suggests the lover's passionate feelings while undertaking journey to meet his beloved 

13. The poet describes the lover’s journey

    (A) to indicate the lovers troublesome affair

    (B) to show their love is intelligent

    (C) to suggest how the lover’s emotion gradually intensifies  before his actual meeting with his beloved 

    (D) none of the above


14. The poem is not a dramatic monologue because

    (A) a silent listener is present

    (B) it does not reveal the character and temperament of the speaker in a specific dramatic situation 

    (C) the speaker is the poet himself

    (D) it is an ode

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

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