CBSE solutions for Class 10 English Communicative (Literature Reader) chapter 9 - Ozymandias [Latest edition]

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Solutions for Chapter 9: Ozymandias

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Exercises [Pages 101 - 105]

CBSE solutions for Class 10 English Communicative (Literature Reader) Chapter 9 Ozymandias Exercises [Pages 101 - 105]

Exercises | Q 1 | Page 101

Look at the picture given below.

While on a sight-seeing tour to an old and mysterious country far away from home, you have had seen this statue. Discuss with your partner what this picture tells you about the people, the place and the ruler. Note down your ideas in the web-chart.

Exercises | Q 2 | Page 102

Write a letter to your friend about the sight you saw and your impression of it. You may create necessary details.

Exercises | Q 4.1 | Page 102

Answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

  • The poem is set in _________________________
  • the wilderness

  • an ancient land

  • a palace

  • a desert

Exercises | Q 4.2 | Page 102

Answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

  • The expression on the face of the statue is one of ____________________
  • admiration

  • anger

  • despair

  • contempt

Exercises | Q 4.3 | Page 102

Answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

  • This poem throws light on the _________________ nature of Ozymandias.
  • cruel

  • arrogant

  • boastful

  • aggresive

Exercises | Q 4.4 | Page 102

Answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

  • The sculptor was able to understand Ozymandias' ___________________
  •  words

  •  expression

  •  feelings

  • ambition

Exercises | Q 4.5 | Page 102

Answer the following question by ticking the correct option.

  • The tone of the poem is _______________________________
  • mocking

  • nostalgic

  • gloomy

  • gloating

Exercises | Q 5.1 | Page 103

Answer the following question briefly.

"The hand that mocked them, and the heart that fed." Whose hand and heart has the poet referred to in this line?

Exercises | Q 5.2 | Page 103

Answer the following question briefly.

"My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:" Why does Ozymandias refer to himself as King of Kings? What quality of the king is revealed through this statement.

Exercises | Q 5.3 | Page 103

Answer the following question briefly.

"Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!" Who is Ozymandias referring to when he speaks of ‘ye Mighty’? Why should they despair ? .

Exercises | Q 5.4 | Page 103

Answer the following question briefly.

Bring out the irony in the poem.

Exercises | Q 5.5 | Page 103

Answer the following question briefly.

'Nothing beside remains.' What does the narrator mean when he says these words?

Exercises | Q 5.6 | Page 103

Answer the following question briefly.

What is your impression of Ozymandias as a king?

Exercises | Q 5.7 | Page 103

Answer the following question briefly.

What message is conveyed through this poem ?

Exercises | Q 6 | Page 104

Identify and rewrite the lines from the poem spoken by the narrator, the traveller and Ozymandias:
The Narrator: ________________________________________________________
The Traveller: ________________________________________________________
Ozymandias: ________________________________________________________

Exercises | Q 7 | Page 104

Shelley's sonnet follows the traditional structure of the fourteen-line Italian sonnet, featuring an opening octave, or a set of eight lines, that presents a conflict or dilemma, followed by a sestet, or a set of six lines, that offers some resolution or commentary upon the proposition introduced in the octave. Read the poem carefully and complete the following table on the structure of the poem.

  Rhyme Scheme Theme
Octave    
Sestet    
Exercises | Q 8 | Page 104

Complete the table listing the poetic devices used by Shelley in Ozymandias.

Poetic Device Lines from the poem
Alliteration ...and sneer of cold command
Synecdoche (substitution of a part to stand for the whole, or the whole to stand for a part) the hand that mock'd them
Exercises | Q 9 | Page 105

Imagine that Ozymandias comes back to life and as he sees the condition of his statue, realisation dawns on him and he pens his thoughts in a diary. As Ozymandias, make this diary entry in about 150 words. You could begin like this: I thought I was the mightiest of all but…

Exercises | Q 10 | Page 105

'Ozymandias' and 'Not Marble, nor the Gilded Monuments' are based on the theme of Time. Compare the two sonnets in terms of the manner in which Time is treated by the poets. Write your answer in about 150 words.

Solutions for Chapter 9: Ozymandias

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Concepts covered in Class 10 English Communicative (Literature Reader) chapter 9 Ozymandias are Ozymandias, Grammar, Idioms and Phrases, Figures of Speech, Rhyme Scheme, Verb, Punctuation, Spotting Errors, Make a Sentence, Helping Verbs, Direct-Indirect Speech, Missing Words, Unseen Passage Comprehension, Unseen Poem Comprehension, Reading Skills, Listening Skills, Writing Skills, Information Transfer, Letter Writing, E-mails Writing, Article Writing, Dialogue Writing, Tourist Leaflet, Report Writing, Film Review, Notice Writing, Story Writing, Paragraph Writing, Dialogue Writing, Diary Entry, Speech Writing, Listening Skills, Writing Skills, Information Transfer, Letter Writing, E-mails Writing, Article Writing, Dialogue Writing, Tourist Leaflet, Report Writing, Film Review, Notice Writing, Story Writing, Paragraph Writing, Dialogue Writing, Diary Entry, Speech Writing.

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