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Bihar Board, Patna

 Class 12th
 Stream Arts (I.A.), Commerce (I.Com) & Science (I.Sc)
 Subject English (100 Marks)
 Book Rainbow-XII | Part- II
 Type Objective Questions & PDF Attached
 Lesson Poetry-6 | The Soldier
 Total Questions 24 Questions | Set-I
 Published by Jolly Lifestyle Blog Team
 Price Free of Cost
 Script In English & Hindi


1. The soldier is ..............

(A) an Ode

(B) a Sonnet

(C) an Epic

(D) None of these  | Ans- (B)

2. The place where the soldier would be buried should be treated as the part of …............ after his death.

(A) Germany

(B) France

(C) Italy

(D) England | Ans- (D)

3. The speaker of the poem ‘The soldier’ is a ..............

(A) Doctor

(B) Soldier

(C) Teacher

(D) Trader | Ans- (B)

4. The soldier is ........... poem.

(A) a symbolic

(B) a lyrical

(C) a patriotic

(D) None of these | Ans- (C)

5. The poem .......... is a patriotic poem.

(A) Song of Myself

(B) Fire-Hymn

(C) The Soldier

(D) An Epitaph  | Ans- (C)

6. The soldier deals with ...............

(A) France

(B) Russia

(C) Scotland

(D) England | Ans- (D)

7. Rupert Brooke speaks in the guise of an ………. Soldier.

(A) English

(B) American

(C) French

(D) European  | Ans- (A)

8. The poem ………… is a sonnet.

(A) Fire-Hymn

(B) The Soldier

(C) Song of Myself

(D) Snake | Ans- (B)

9. The speaker is not afraid of ...............

(A) death

(B) life

(C) lion

(D) None of these  | Ans- (A)

10. The dust stands for the .............

(A) leader

(B) teacher

(C) farmer

(D) soldier | Ans- (D)

11. The term "concealed" stand for .......... in 'The soldier'.

(A) Hidden

(B) Disappeared

(C) Absent

(D) None of these  | Ans- (A)

12. The poet in ‘The Soldier’ is depicting the miseries of .............

(A) war

(B) nature

(C) relation

(D) love | Ans- (A)

13. A sonnet is a poem of ………. lines.

(A) 16

(B) 14

(C) 18

(D) 20  | Ans- (B)

14. According to 'The soldier' England has given her natives her flowers ...............

(A) to worship

(B) to love

(C) to offer

(D) none of these  | Ans- (B)

15. "If I should die, think only this of me;" is taken from ................

(A) An Epitaph

(B) Fire-Hymn

(C) The Soldier

(D) Snake  | Ans- (C)

16. ‘A pulse in the eternal mind, no less’ is written by ...............

(A) John Keats

(B) Walter de la Mare

(C) Walt Whitman

(D) Rupert Brooke | Ans- (D)

17. Who has composed the poem "The soldier" ?

(A) Rupert Brooke

(B) T.S. Eliot

(C) D.H. Lawrence

(D) W.H. Auden | Ans- (A)

18. Rupert Brooke was born in .............

(A) 1886

(B) 1887

(C) 1888

(D) 1889  | Ans- (B)

19. Rupert Brooke was died in .............

(A) 1913

(B) 1914

(C) 1915

(D) 1916 | Ans- (C)

20. Rupert Brooke is remembered as a ................

(A) French poet

(B) Georgina poet

(C) Realistic poet

(D) War poet  | Ans- (D)

21. Brooke inspired patriotism in the ........... phase of the First.

(A) early

(B) middle

(C) late

(D) None of these | Ans- (A)

22. Rupert Brooke has written the poem ...............

(A) Snake

(B) An Epitaph

(C) The soldier

(D) Songs of myself | Ans- (C)

23. The soldier is a ......... poem.

(A) mature

(B) war

(C) love

(D) happy | Ans- (B)

24. The images and praises of ............ run through both the stanzas.

(A) England

(B) America

(C) France

(D) India | Ans- (A)


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