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|Q1- Who has written the poem Elementary School Classroom in a Slum?
Q2- What theme did the poet concentrate on in the poem?
A) themes of social injustice and class inequalities.
Q3- What does the poet portray in the poem?
A) young minds
Q4- What does the poet compare in the poem?
A) the young and old
Q5- What kind of life do the children living in slums have?
A) full of love
Q6- What does the poet compare the colour of walls with?
A) rotten fruits
Q7- What are the poetic devices used in the poem?
A) alliteration and simile
Q8- What do the words “Their future is painted with fog” convey?
A) no love and care
Q9- What do the faces of children in the slum areas reflect?
Q10- What is ironical about the wall hangings and donations in the classroom?
A) set up in very clean environment
Q11- What does paper-seeming boy mean?
A) had a paper in his hand
Q12- What is the Tree Room in the poem?
A) A tree – shaped room
Q13- What do Catacombs signify?
A) relevance of the map hanging on the wall of the classroom
Q14- Why are the pictures and maps meaningless?
A) they are fake and show a false thing
Q15- How can powerful people help the poor children?
A) by fighting with the government
Q16- What does the poem describe?
A) A classroom in a slum area
Q17- What does the poet wish for the children of the slums?
A) He wishes them to be happy and healthy
Q18- “Far far from gusty waves these children’s faces.
A) poor state of the classroom
Q19- Why is the head of the tall girl ‘weighed down’?
A)by the burden of studies
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Q20- What is the meaning of ‘The paper seeming boy, with rat eyes’?
A) rich people
Q21- What kind of look do the faces and hair of the children give?
A) rich and beautiful faces
Q22- His eyes live in a dream- what is the dream?
A) watching a movie
Q23- Who was sitting at the back of the dim class?
A) a girl
Q24- Who is the unlucky heir and what has he inherited?
A) a fat boy, has inherited obesity from his mother
Q25- What is the stunted boy reciting?
A) a happy song from his seat
Q26- What does the color of the classroom walls point out?
A) happy and poor state
Q27- What does the expression ‘Open handed map ” show?
A) power of the poor
Q28- ‘Awarding the world its world’ what do these words express?
A) the world is ours
Q29- In what sense are the slum children different?
A) their IQ
Q30- What kind of future do the slum children have?
A) very hopeful
Q31- What attracts the slum children?
Q32- What do the words ‘From fog to endless night ‘ mean?
A) bright light outside
Q33- Mention any two images used to explain the plight of the slum children.
A) open handed map
Q34- What blots the maps of the slum children?
Q35- What does the poet show through expressions ‘so blot their maps with slums as big as doom’?
A) his clot the street
Q36- What do the ‘governor’, inspector, visitor’ in the poem depict?
A) higher officials
Q37- What have the windows done to the children’s lives in the poem?
A) shut the doors
Q38- What other freedom the poet wants the slum children to enjoy?
A) Freedom of roaming
Q39- What does the expression ‘Break O break open’ suggest?
A) barriers on the road
Q40- What does the poet want?
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