Ode On Solitude Objective

‘Ode On Solitude’ – Objective

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1. “Ode on Solitude” is written by ……….
(A) Alexander Pope
(B) Leo Tolstoy
(C) R.C. Hutchinson
(D) Toni Morrison

2. A happy man’s wants are satisfied by the property inherited by him from his …………
(A) uncle
(B) mother
(C) cousin
(D) father
[Ans. (D)]

3. Hours, days and years slide away……… for the happy man.
(A) Hard
(B) Quickly
(C) Softly
(D) Tensely

4. Meditation ………… the happy man.
(A) Saddens
(B) Pleases
(C) Worries
(D) Disturbs

5. Alexander Pope was one of the greatest of the early 18th century.
(A) dramatists
(B) novelists
(C) writers
(D) satirists
[Ans. (D)]

6. The poet does not want anything to mark the place where he is
(A) Buried
(B) Sitting
(C) Hiding
(D) Lost

7. The poet of The Rape of the Lock’ is
(A) William Cowper
(B) Alexander Pope
(C) William de la Mare
(D) John Keats

8. “Essay on Criticism’ is the famous work of
(A) John Keats
(B) Shakespeare
(C) Wordsworth
(D) Alexander Pope
[Ans. (D)]

9. A poem addressed to a person or thing or celebrating of an event
(A) Satire
(B) Ode
(C) Ballad
(D) Elegy

10. ‘Loneliness’ is same in meaning as
(A) satire
(B) profound
(C) solitude
(D) mob

11. The happy man is content to live in his own
(A) tree
(B) town
(C) ground
(D) None

12. Who is a happy man?
(A) who is wealthy
(B) who is brave
(C) who is content with his paternal land and belongings
(D) who is careful

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13. What do you man by ‘slide soft away’?
(A) go away
(B) pass away smoothly
(D) none of these
(C) pass away

14. What do the trees yield to a person in summer?
(A) wood
(B) fire
(C) fruit
(D) shade

15. How do hours days and years of a blessed man pass away?
(A) softly
(B) hardly
(C) coldly
(D) frankly

16. “Steal from the world, and not a stone’-here stone means……………….
(A) piece of a rock
(B) a poluable
(C) a tomb stone
(D) a marble stone

17. “Whose herds with milk, whose fields with bread’, here bread’ means.
(A) cake
(B) corn
(C) piece of bread
(D) any type of bread

18. Whose flocks supply him with attire, here flock means.
(A) sheep
(B) cow
(C) dog
(D) elephant

19. Alexander Pope was born in
(A) 1588
(B) 1688
(C) 1788
(D) 1678
[Ans. (B)]

20. Alexander Pope died in
(A) 1888
(B) 1848
(C) 1744
(D) 1724

21. Who was one of the greatest poet-satirist and also a critic of the early 18th century?
(A) William Cowper
(B) William Wordsworth
(C) Alexander Pope
(D) Walter de la Mare

22. Where does the happy man live, according to this poem?
(A) In forest
(B) In towns
(C) In his native land
(D) None of these

23. How is he content?
(A) To live peacefully
(B) to live with comfort
(C) To live with luxury
(D) None of these

25. How does the poet desire to sleep?
(A) So long .
(B) Soundly
(C) Sleep for less hours
(D) None of these

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26. The happy man owns inherited
(A) world
(B) property
(C) poem
(D) solitude

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