1. The Soldier is a ……..
(A) long poem
(B) sonnet/war poem
(C) elegy/Nature poem
(D) satire/love poem
2. A Sonnet consists ………
(A) 12 lines
(B) 14 lines
(C) 8 lines
3. Rupert Brooke is a ……..
(A) Metaphysical poet
(B) Romantic poet
4. “A pulse in the enternal mind”
Or “A dust whom England bore ….”
Or “If I should die, think only ……”has been taken from…..by…..
(A) The Soldier, Rupert Brooke
(B) The Daffodils, Wordsworth
(C) Echo, Walter De La Mare
(D) All of these
5. “Rupert Brook’s body is made from the dust of
6. “How many times the poet used “England” in the poem,
(A) Two times
(B) four times
(C) six times
(D) None times
7. If he dies in foreign/abroad and his body is buried there then it will be the place of ……..
(B) other countries
8. If there is no quarrelling in any country then the country will be like ………..
(C) high wall
9. The poet “Rupert Brooke” praises ……
10. There is “Idealistic patriotism” in ………
(D) The Soldier
11. Virtues of a true Soldier has been shown (depicted) by
(A) Rudyard Kipling
(B) W.B Yeats
(C) Rupert Brooke
12. The richer dust refers to …….
(A) The poet’s body (Soldier’s body)
(B) his country
(C) other’s country
13. His country has given him….. and made matured.
14. England has given him ….. to love,
rivers to wash and fresh air to breathe.
(C) English air
15. “In hearts at peace, under an English heaven”is from
(A) Ode to Autumn
(B) The Soldier
(C) Song of Myself
16. The poet in ‘The Soldier’ is depicting the miseries of ……….
17. The Soldier is a ………. poem.
18. The Soldier belonged to ………..