Prelude through Certain Maxims of Hafiz
1. What are Kipling's poems based on according to "Prelude"?
(a) Everyday life.
(b) His experience as a trade merchant.
(c) The British Court.
(d) A fantastic realm.
2. What are Kipling's verses written for?
(a) To make the reader experience freedom.
(b) To expose capitalism.
(c) To expose the danger of a Monarchy.
(d) To amuse the reader.
3. What is hidden under Kipling's verses?
(b) Religous lessons.
(c) Serious lessons to be learned.
4. What does Kipling say did not change much in "A General Summary"?
(c) The way man treats his fellow man
5. How does Kipling describe the lady in "Delilah"?
(a) An old lady of no consequence.
(b) A poor lady.
(c) A lady of some importance.
(d) A lady of honor.
6. What is the lady in "Delilah" convinced to tell?
(a) A secret dealing with a war.
(b) A secret dealing with a politician.
(c) A secret dealing with a spy.
(d) A secret dealing with a financial report.
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