English MCQ My Mother at Sixty-Six Objective quiz Class 12 Part – 4

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English MCQ My Mother at Sixty-Six Objective quiz Class 12 Part – 4

My Mother at Sixty-Six

                                              By- Kamala Das

                  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS (MCQ — TEST)

1.’My Mother at Sixty Six’ captures the fear of the narrator of losing her mother due to declining health and loss of energy. Who is the narrator?

(A)Kamala Das

(B)Anees Jung

(C)Ruskin Bond

(D)Ogden Nash

2. What does the narrator fear in the chapter ‘My Mother at Sixty Six’?

(A)Fear of death

(B)Fear of losing her mother

(C)Fear of darkness

(D)Fear of old age

3. Why do you think the narrator had the fear of losing her mother, in the chapter ‘My Mother at Sixty Six’?

(A)Because her mother was very sick

(B)Because her mother was old

(C)Because her mother was traveling alone

(D)None of the above

4. What accompanies old age as in the chapter ‘My Mother at Sixty Six’?

(A)Declining health

(B)Loss of energy

(C)Old age

(D)Both (A) & (B)

5. Which reality does the narrator accept in the chapter ‘My Mother at Sixty Six’?

(A)That declining health & loss of energy is a part of old age

(B)She might lose her mother some or the other day

(C)She too will grow old one day

(D)Both (A) & (B)

6. What is the narrator disturbed by in the chapter ‘My Mother at Sixty Six’?

(A)Her mother’s needs on one hand

(B)Her own duties & responsibilities on the other hand

(C)Her mother’s loneliness

(D)Both (A) & (B)

7. What is poignantly brought out in the chapter ‘My Mother at Sixty Six’?

(A)The helplessness of the narrator

(B)The age of the mother

(C)The illness of the mother

(D)None of the above

8. Do you think the narrator’s concerns are natural, as in the chapter ‘My Mother at Sixty Six’?

(A)No

(B)Yes

(C)Maybe

(D)Maybe not

9. Which theme of nature does the narrator identify within the poem ‘My Mother at Sixty Six’?

(A)The fear of losing a loved one

(B)The universal truth

(C)Life after death

(D)None of the above

10. Which form of writing has been adopted by the narrator of the poem ‘My Mother at Sixty Six’?

(A)Fiction

(B)Narration

(C)Rhyme scheme

(D)All of the above

Answers:-

1. (A) Kamala Das
2. (B) Fear of losing her mother
3. (B) Because her mother was old
4. (D) Both (A) & (B)
5. (D) Both (A) & (B)
6. (D) Both (A) & (B)
7. (A) The helplessness of the narrator
8. (B) Yes
9. (A) The fear of losing a loved one
10. (B) Narration

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