Q.1. Read the following passages and answer the questions
“No motion has she now, no force.
She neither hears nor sees
Rolled round in earth’s diurnal course
With rocks and stones and trees.”
(i) Name the poem and the poet.
(ii) Why does the beloved has no motion and no force?
(iii) What kind of motion does his beloved have now?
(iv) What changes have come in his beloved now?
Q.2. How much does the poet love his beloved? How can we say that?
Q.3. What does the poet feel about his beloved? Is he contented?
Q.4. What is the state of mind of the poet when he comes to know that his beloved is no more?
Q.5. How does the poet imagine his beloved to be, after death?
Q.6. Read the following passages and answer the questions
“A slumber did my spirit seal.
I had no human fears.
She seemed a thing that could not feel
The touch of earthly years.”
(i) What is the poet talking about in these lines?
(ii) What does the poet mean by slumber?
(iii) Who is she in the above lines?
(iv) Why does the poet have no fears?
Q.7. What does William Wordsworth talking about in the poem?
Q.8. How does the poet react to his beloved one’s death?
Q.9. Which lines of the poem shows that the beloved is no more with the poet?
Q.10. The poet has lost his beloved because of which he feels lonely and a great shock. Explain his state of mind.