- “Her image accompanied me even me in places the most hostile to romance.” – Mention the places’ most hostile to romance’.
- ”I do not know what I answered but it was understood that I accept their proposal.” – What was ‘their proposal’? Who accepted it? What was his feeling then?
- What was the story associated with Norfolk?
- “Sweet spring, full of sweet days and roses, a box where sweets compacted lie’ –How has the poet described the spring?
- “There lay three garters, half a pair of gloves; And all the tropics of his fromer loves.” – Where were these articles placed? What is the implication of their presence in the said place?
- “Did he smile his work to see?” – About whom is the poet asking this question? What work of him is referred to here? How could this work invoke smile on the creator’s face?
- “She folded her arms beneath her cloak,/And stole to the other side of the oak.” – What did she see?
- “Shape without form, shade without colour/paralysed force, gesture without motion.’: To whom the reference has been made? What do these lines indicate?
- In the play “She stoops of Conquer.”: Who do you think stoop to conquer and why?
- When and why does Serguis tell Petkoff that the world is not such an innocent place as they used to think?
- Where was north Richmond Street? When was its quiet disturbed?
- Why did the children of Lamb creep about him the other evening?
- How was Mrs. Field? Where did Mrs. Field live?
- How did Mrs. Field function as a caretaker? What happened after Mrs. Field’s death?
- How did John create young hand? How did Lamb treat him elder brother John?
- What does Lamb say about his wife?
- In what position Lamb find himself when he was roused into wakefulness?
- What type of essay, Dream Children, is?
- Write a short note on the source of this essay, ‘Dream Children’?
- “Those who have crossed / with direct eyes, to death’s other kingdom” – bring out the implication of ‘death’s other kingdom’ and ‘direct eyes’.
Model Question TET/SSC Difficulty Level: Post Graduation Time: 2hrs Word Limit: 30 Words
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