ICSE Sample Question Papers For Class 10 English-Literature

ICSE Sample Question Papers For Class 10 English-Literature
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battle, you are contented to be led in triumph through the streets of Rome ' 5. What is Brutus' response to this 3
The Winslow Boy Terrence Rattigan Question 3 Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow Sir Robert leaning forward and glaring at Ronnie with the utmost venom I suggest, that the time has at last come for you to undo some of the misery you have caused, by confessing to us all now you are a forger, a liar and a thief
Ronnie in tears I'm not I'm not I'm not I didn't do it- Grace has flown to his side and now envelops him. Arthur This is outrageous, sir1. Who is Sir Robert Account for his presence here. What reason does he give for being in a hurry to leave the Winslow house 3 2. What are the three hardships that the Winslow family will have to face as a result of Ronnie's activity 3 3. What advice has Sir Robert just given Ronnie regarding this How does Ronnie react to the advice What is Sir Robert's unexpected statement before he takes leave of the Winslow family 3 4. Briefly discuss the three possibilities that Sir Robert has suggested in connection with what Ronnie has done at the Naval College. 3 5. What is Kate's opinion about Sir Robert as expressed to her father when she learns that Sir Robert has been approached by him How does her attitude change later 4 Question 4 Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow Desmond I trust you do not object to employing this rather furtive entry. The crowds at the front door are most alarmingArthur Come in, Desmond. Why have you left the Court Desmond My partner will be holding the fort. He is perfectly competent, I promise you. Arthur I'm glad to hear it. Desmond I wonder if I might see Catherine alone. I have a matter of some urgency to communicate to heri.
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Who is Desmond What is the furtive entry that he has employed Which 'matter of some urgency' has Desmond come to communicate to Catherine 3 Give a brief account of the conversation Desmond has with Catherine 3 Why are the crowds there at the front door What does he eventually tell them What does Desmond say about Sir Robert a little later Mention the sacrifice Sir Robert has made. State your opinion of desmond as seen in the play. Contrast his character with that of John Watherstone. 4