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Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 1

What does Naipaul present in his travel books?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 1 V.S. Naipaul vehemently condemns the cause of the interview. He believes that it is more than losing something from our body. He says that through interviews many would lose a part of our self. In reality, it is horrific for the interviewing candidate. This is the cause why people refuse to give their consent for an interview.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 2

According to an old saying what happens when perceptions are made about a person?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 2 Regarding the conduction of an interview, some believe that in its highest forms, the interview is a valuable source of truth. In practice, it is nothing but a simple art. It is like stealing one’s soul. People hate the interview and call it as an unwarranted intrusion into their lives.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 3

What is the reason for huge success of the novel ‘The Name of The Rose’?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 3 The Name of the Rose is a serious detective story but delved into metaphysics, theology and medieval history. The novel got a huge success and the reason Umberto Eco assesses is its favourable publication time.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 4

At what age was Eco's book published?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 4 They want to be challenged,” he told the Guardian in 2011. While his first novel was not published until 1980, Eco said he had always had a “narrative impulse” and began writing stories at the age of 10 or 12. Eco's first book published at the age of 22.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 5

Why do the celebrities feel embarrassed most often?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 5 There are several celebrities mentioned in this chapter like Rudyard Kipling, V.S. Naipaul, H.G. Wells, Saul Bellow and etc. who dislike interviews very strongly. They never became ready to be interviewed. Most of them considered interviews as an unwarranted intrusion into their lives. They did not want to reveal the secrets of their personal lives.

Even an interview is considered as an immoral activity, as a crime or sometimes as an assault. They feel that the interviewers waste their precious time which can be used by them for more creativity. On the other hand, common mass take interviews very positively as they come to know about the inner and hidden things of their ideals. But interviews have their drawbacks also.

Celebrities feel shy and disappointed when they are asked for interviews but they forget that they become famous and wealthy through the successful interviews. General mass become their fan and devotee by knowing more and more about their ideals. Celebrities are even worshipped. In this regard, it can be said that interview cannot be termed as an immoral activity.

Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 6

What in today's world our main source of information?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 6 In modern times, the chief source of information on personalities is the interviewer, who, through his power and influence, gathers information and provides us with the best possible information on the interviewees.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 7

Enumerate 'An Interview is a supremely serviceable medium of communication?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 7 An interview is a formal meeting, interaction or a kind of discussion with some one. In other sense it is the best mode of deducing truth, reality, opinion and viewpoint of people under way. It is a kind of conversation which aims at obtaining information. Especially one is a journalist who asks questions from some important public man and the same is published later on. It has got a wider implication both for the employer and the employee. A little over 130 years, it has become a commonplace of journalism. Every literate person has read or watched an interview at some point of his life. Over the years several thousands celebrities have been interviewed but some of them do not favour it.

An interview is a sort of screening, interaction and introspection. In the present day society, people are chased continuously for the interview. In form, function, method and merit people differ in their viewpoint but it is the highest form of truth. It is an art in practice. It is a supremely serviceable medium of communication in the modern age. It provides us the most vivid impressions of our contemporaries. Denis Brain has appropriately said that almost everything reaches us through one man asking questions of another. Hence the interviewer holds a position of unprecedented power and influence.

Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 8

What impression is formed of Umberto after reading the lesson- The Interview?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 8 Many celebrities consider the interview ‘an unwarranted intrusion’ in their lives. But it has become a commonplace feature of journalism. It is a great serviceable medium of communication. We get the most vivid impressions of our contemporaries only through interviews. Everything reaches us in the simplest and true form when one asks questions of another.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 9

How many novels has Umberto written?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 9 Despite getting famous as a novelist, Umberto Eco always associated himself with the academic community. He has written only five novels as compared to the forty scholarly works of non-fiction. He considers himself as a university professor who writes novels on Sundays. When he presented his first Doctoral dissertation in Italy, one of the professors was impressed by the way he told the story of his research, including his trials and errors. His essays always have a narrative aspect. He started writing novels quite late, at the age of 50, by accident to satisfy his taste for narration.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 10

What ideas do you form of Umberto's personality after his interview with Mukand?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 10 Umberto Eco says that he has philosophical interests which reflect in all his writings : fiction and non-fiction. In this way, he does the same thing, though he seems to pursue various activities : writing notes for newspapers, novels, teaching, writing essays, children’s books etc.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 11

Which period of history do Umberto's novels deal with?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 11 Between 10 to 15 million copies of the novel have been sold. In a way it has reached only a small percentage of readers. This shows that readers do not want easy experiences. The novel deals with a period of medieval history.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 12

Who has written Alice in Wonderland?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 12 Charles Dodgson, a mathematician at Christ Church, Oxford, first told his surreal story to the daughters of dean Henry Liddell as they rowed down the Thames. After the boating trip, 10-year-old Alice Liddell badgered Dodgson to write it down and Alice in Wonderland - under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll - was born.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 13

What do Rudyard Kipling and his wife express about interviews?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 13 Lewis Carroll was said to have a just horror of the interviewer and he never consented to be interviewed, Caroline, the wife of Rudyard Kipling said that an interview is vile, crime and all offence. No respectable person, would ask it, much less give it.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 14

What was Lewis Caroll's opinion of interviews and autographs?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 14 Lewis Carroll was said to have a just horror of the interviewer and he never consented to be interviewed, Caroline, the wife of Rudyard Kipling said that an interview is vile, crime and all offence. No respectable person, would ask it, much less give it.
Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 15

In what way interviews have become a common place of journalism?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Interview- 3 - Question 15 Many celebrities consider the interview ‘an unwarranted intrusion’ in their lives. But it has become a commonplace feature of journalism. It is a great serviceable medium of communication. We get the most vivid impressions of our contemporaries only through interviews. Everything reaches us in the simplest and true form when one asks questions of another.
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