English MCQ The Interview Part – 2 Objective quiz Class 12 Part – 1

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English MCQ The Interview Part – 2 Objective quiz Class 12 Part – 1

THE INTERVIEW PART – 2

BY: Umberto Eco

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

1.”I am a professor who writes novels on Sundays” –which chapter does this line belong to?

(A) The Interview

(B) The Last Lesson

(C) The Lost Spring

(D) Indigo

2. I am a professor who writes novels on Sundays” –who spoke this line, as in the chapter ‘The Interview’?

(A) Lewis Caroll

(B) Umberto Eco

(C) Denis Brian

(D) H. G. Wells

3. The extract from an interview of Umberto Eco, is in context to which chapter?

(A) The Interview

(B) The Lost Spring

(C) The Last Lesson

(D) None of the above

4. Who is the interviewer who took the interview of Umberto Eco, as in the chapter ‘The Interview’?

(A) Mukund Padmanabhan

(B) H.G. Wells

(C) Denis Brian

(D) V. S. Naipaul

5. Mukund Padmanabhan worked for which reputed newspaper company, as in the chapter ‘The Interview’?

(A) The Times of India

(B) The Hindu

(C) The Indian Express

(D) Mid day

6. Who was Umberto Eco, as in the chapter ‘The Interview’?

(A) A reputed journalist in The Hindu

(B) A professor at the University of Bologna in Italy

(C) A young scientist

(D) None of the above

7. What had Umberto Eco already acquired as in the chapter ‘The Interview’?

(A) A degree from the University of Bologna in Italy

(B) A formidable reputation as a scholar

(C) An interview opportunity

(D) All of the above

8. In context to the chapter ‘The Interview’, Umberto Eco, had already acquired a formidable reputation as a scholar for what?

(A) his ideas on semiotics (the study of signs)

(B) his ideas on literary interpretation

(C) his ideas on medieval aesthetics

(D)All of the above

9. What were some of the writings of Umberto Eco, as in the chapter ‘The Interview’?

(A) Literary fiction

(B) academic texts & essays

(C) children’s books & newspaper articles

(D) All of the above

10. As in the chapter ‘The Interview’, In 1980, Umberto Eco acquired the equivalent of intellectual superstardom with the publication of ______.

(A) The Name of the Flower

(B) The Name of the Rose

(C) The Name of the Lotus

(D) The Name of the Lily

ANSWERS:-

1.The Interview
2. (B) Umberto Eco
3. (A) The Interview
4. (A) Mukund Padmanabhan
5. (B) The Hindu
6. (B) A professor at the University of Bologna in Italy
7. (B) A formidable reputation as a scholar
8. (D) All of the above
9. (D) All of the above
10. (B) The Name of the Rose

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