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A Thing of Beauty MCQ

                                    By- John Keats

1.According to the poet, a thing of beauty is

(a) never joyful                                 (b) creates sadness

(c) a joy forever                                (d) horrible to look at

2. The beauty of lovely things

 (a) increases                                     (b) decreases

(c) gets divided                                  (d) always is short-lived

3. Beautiful things never ‘pass into nothingness’ means that they

(a) never increase                           (b) never fade away

(c) always bring unhappiness      (d) create unpleasantness between friends

4. Will keep a bower quiet for us’ means

(a) will give us peace and calm                   (b) will stop unpleasant sounds

(c) will make our beds fit to sleep             (d) reduce noise pollution

5. ‘Full of sweet dreams’ means

(a) pleasant and peaceful sleep                       (b) disturbed sleep

(c) nightmares                                                   (d) wishes coming true

6. According to the poet, a thing of beauty keeps us

 (a) angry                                             (b) naughty

(c) healthy and peaceful               (d) depressed

7. Every morning, we all are

 (a) brushing our teeth                                  (b) having breakfast

(c) wreathing a flowery band                      (d) getting ready to go to work

8. The flowery band, according to the poet helps to

 (a) bind us to the earth                                                (b) make us look beautiful

 (c) give a present of flowers to friends (d) to make a band covered with flowers

9. ‘Spite of despondency’ refers to

(a) sadness and depression                         (b) health and well-being

(c) suffering and pain                                     (d) hatred and greed

10. ‘inhuman dearth’ according to the poet, is a reference to

 (a) lack or shortage of beauty

 (b) lack of energy

(c) lack or shortage of human beings with good values

 (d) lack of resources

11.What induces sound sleep in humans, as per the poet of the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)Early to bed

(B)Beauty of nature

(C)Light meals

(D)None of the above

12. Do you agree that humans suffer from several evil things, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)No

(B)May be

(C)May be not

(D)Yes

13. According to the poet, John Keats, ‘A thing of beauty’ _______.

(A)is a source of constant joy

(B)is a source of encouragement

(C)is a source of good life

(D)is a source of humanity

14. A beautiful thing is as comforting as _____, in context to the poem ‘A thing of beauty’.

(A)a bower

(B)a peaceful lake

(C)calm waters

(D)None of the above

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15. What is ‘a bower’, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)a peaceful and pleasant place in the shade of a tree

(B)providing shelter and protection from the hot rays of the sun

(C)giving us sound sleep, full of pleasant dreams, health and peaceful breathing

(D)All of the above

16. What do we do every morning, despite of sadness & depression, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)we weave a flowery wreath to bind us to the beauties of the earth

(B)we gather courage to start a new day

(C)we forget the previous sorrows

(D)None of the above

17. Which negative attributes do we a possess, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)Hatred

(B)Jealousy

(C)Disappointment

(D)All of the above

18. Who inspire us through a saga of their noble work, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)mighty dead people whose achievements have made them great and powerful

(B)the birds & animals

(C)the nature

(D)None of the above

19. As in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’, _____is like an endless fountain pouring on us from Heaven.

(A)Nature

(B)the beauty of nature

(C)Environment

(D)All of the above

20. As in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’, which part of speech is ‘mighty dead’?

(A)Alliteration

(B)Oxymoron

(C)Onomatopoeia

(D)Metaphor

21.’A Thing of Beauty’ is an excerpt from _____ poem ‘Endymion: A poetic romance’, which is based on a Greek legend.

(A)John Keats

(B)Ruskin Bond

(C)Ogden Nash

(D)Kamala Devi

22. What is a source of constant joy, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)Money

(B)Fame

(C)Success

(D)A thing of beauty

23. As per the poet John Keats, what can be found everywhere, in context to the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)Beauty

(B)Nature

(C)Money

(D)All of the above

24. What has the ability to transform lives, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)Money

(B)Success

(C)Fame

(D)Beauty

25. Which fact does the poem ‘A thing of beauty’ highlight?

(A)Beauty has a therapeutic quality

(B)Beauty has the ability to remove negativity

(C)Beauty is skin deep

(D)Both (A) & (B)

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26. Where can beauty be found, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)any object

(B)nature

(C)tales or noble deeds of our ancestors

(D)All of the above

27. What attitude of John Keats is reflected in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)That he is an admirer of beauty

(B)He talks about love, beauty & youth

(C)He believes beauty is intransient

(D)All of the above

28. What is the poet’s belief about beauty in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)Beauty is intransient

(B)It gives us the same pleasure again and again

(C)It provides us with eternal joy and never fades away

(D)All of the above

29. What is the important role of beauty in our lives, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)It helps us to remain happy and joyful in this sad, mundane world

(B)It makes life beautiful & worth living

(C)It is mostly important for leading a better life

(D)None of the above

30. What is the rhyme scheme of the poem ‘A thing of beauty’, written in rhyming couplets?

(A)aa,bb

(B)ab,ab

(C)ab,aa

(D)ab,ba

31.As in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’, how can a thing of beauty be a joy forever?

(A)It provides everlasting joy

(B)It continues to increase with the passage of time

(C)It never fades away

(D)All of the above

32. What is the meaning of ‘spite’ as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)Malice

(B)Despite

(C)Inspite

(D)None of the above

33. ‘Despondence’ from the poem ‘A thing of beauty’ means ____.

(A)Malice

(B)Disappointment

(C)Sadness

(D)None of the above

34. What does ‘A thing of beauty’ remove from our dark spirits?

(A)The pall

(B)The cover of unhappiness

(C)Dark spots of inhumanity

(D)Both (A) & (B)

35. What does ‘clear rills’ mean in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)Rivers

(B)Small streams

(C)Lakes

(D)Ponds

36. ‘The brink of heaven’ is a source of _______, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)endless fountain of immortal drink

(B)heavenly treasures

(C)humanity

(D)None of the above

37. Do you agree with the poet’s thought that ‘A thing of beauty’ cures all sorrows?

(A)Yes

(B)No

(C)May be

(D)May be not

38. What is the contribution of daffodils in our environment, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)They fill the surroundings with vibrant colours

(B)They add beauty to the environment

(C)They are a source of happiness for the humans

(D)All of the above

39. Do you agree with the fact that nature is a great healer, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)No

(B)Yes

(C)Maybe

(D)Maybe not

40. What according to John Keats is the secret of good health, as in the poem ‘A thing of beauty’?

(A)Long walks in nature

(B)Sound sleep

(C)Balanced diet

(D)All of the above

ANSWERS

1.(c) a joy forever
2. (a) increases
3.(b) never fade away
4. (a) will give us peace and calm
5.(a) pleasant and peaceful sleep
6. (c) healthy and peaceful
7.(c) wreathing a flowery band
8. (a) bind us to the earth
9.(a) sadness and depression
10.(c) lack or shortage of human beings with good values
11. (B) Beauty of nature
12. (D) Yes
13. (A) is a source of constant joy
14. (A) a bower
15. (D) All of the above
16. (A) we weave a flowery wreath to bind us to the beauties of the earth
17. (D) All of the above
18. (A) mighty dead people whose achievements have made them great and powerful
19. (B) the beauty of nature
20. (B) Oxymoron
21. (A) John Keats
22. (D) A thing of beauty
23. (A) Beauty
24. (D) Beauty
25. (D) Both (A) & (B)
26. (D) All of the above
27. (D) All of the above
28. (D) All of the above
29. (A) It helps us to remain happy and joyful in this sad, mundane world
30. (A) aa,bb
31. (D) All of the above
32. (A) Malice
33. (B) Disappointment
34. (D) Both (A) & (B)
35. (B) Small streams
36. (A) endless fountain of immortal drink
37. (A) Yes
38. (D) All of the above
39. (B) Yes
40. (B) Sound sleep

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