CBSE solutions for Class 10 English Communicative (Literature Reader) chapter 8 - Not Marble, nor the Gilded Monuments [Latest edition]

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Solutions for Chapter 8: Not Marble, nor the Gilded Monuments

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Exercises [Pages 97 - 100]

CBSE solutions for Class 10 English Communicative (Literature Reader) Chapter 8 Not Marble, nor the Gilded Monuments Exercises [Pages 97 - 100]

Exercises | Q 1 | Page 97

Look at the following picture carefully.

a) What has Time been portrayed as? Why?
b) What are the other symbols associated with Time?

Exercises | Q 2.1 | Page 97

What are the things that last for centuries? List a few things around you that will survive four to five hundred years into the future. 

Exercises | Q 2.2 | Page 97

Think of things that will perish and/or be forgotten with the passage of time.

Exercises | Q 6.1 | Page 99

On the basis of your understanding of Shakespeare's sonnet, answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

  • The rich and powerful got ornate monuments made in order to _______________
  • show off their wealth

  • display their power

  • show their artistic talent

  • be remembered till posterity

Exercises | Q 6.2 | Page 99

On the basis of your understanding of Shakespeare's sonnet, answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

  • The poet addresses his sonnet to ____________________________________
  • time

  •  war

  • the person he loves

  • powerful rulers 

Exercises | Q 6.3 | Page 99

On the basis of your understanding of Shakespeare's sonnet, answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

  • In the line 'The living record of your memory', living record refers to ____________ 
  • the sonnet the poet has written for his friend

  • an existing statue of his friend

  •  his friend who lives in the poet's memory

  • the autobiography of the poet's friend

Exercises | Q 6.4 | Page 99

On the basis of your understanding of Shakespeare's sonnet, answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

The poet's tone in the poem is _______________________________________

  • despairing

  • optimistic

  •  loving

  • admiring

Exercises | Q 6.5 | Page 99

On the basis of your understanding of Shakespeare's sonnet, answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

The poem is set in _____________________

  • the place where the poet meets his friend

  • a battlefield where Mars is fighting a battle

  • a city ravaged by war

  • the poet's study where he is writing

Exercises | Q 7.1 | Page 100

Answer the following question briefly.

Why do you think the rich and powerful people get monuments and statues erected in their memory ?

Exercises | Q 7.2 | Page 100

Answer the following question briefly.

Describe how the monuments and statues brave the ravages of time.

Exercises | Q 7.3 | Page 100

Answer the following question briefly.

Why does the poet refer to Time as being sluttish ?

Exercises | Q 7.4 | Page 100

Answer the following question briefly.

The poet says that neither forces of nature nor wars can destroy his poetry. In fact, even godly powers of Mars is not going to have a devastating effect on his rhyme. What quality of the poet is revealed through these lines?

Exercises | Q 8 | Page 100

Shakespeare's sonnet has been divided into three quatrains of four lines, each followed by a rhyming couplet. Each quatrain is a unit of meaning. Read the poem carefully and complete the following table on the structure of the poem.

  Rhyme scheme Theme
Quatrain 1   Comparison between poetry and monuments.
Quatrain 2   Ravages of time on monuments
contrasted with _______________
Quatrain 3   The recorded memory of ____________________posterity
Couplet   Poetry immortalises friend
Exercises | Q 9.1 | Page 100

The poet uses alliteration to heighten the musical quality of the sonnet. Working in pairs, underline the examples of alliteration in the poem.

Exercises | Q 9.2 | Page 100

Identify Shakespeare's use of personification in the poem.

Solutions for Chapter 8: Not Marble, nor the Gilded Monuments

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CBSE solutions for Class 10 English Communicative (Literature Reader) chapter 8 - Not Marble, nor the Gilded Monuments - Shaalaa.com

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