On the basis of your understanding of the poem 'The Solitary Reaper', answer the following questions by ticking the correct choice. (CBSE Textbook)
(a) The central idea of the poem The Solitary Reaper is that ,
(i) well sung songs give us happiness.
(ii) melodious sounds appeal to all.
(iii) beautiful experiences give us life-long pleasure.
(iv) reapers can sing like birds.
(b) in the poem The Solitary Reaper to whom does the poet say Stop here
or gently pass ?
(i) to the people cutting corn
(ii) to himself
(iii) to the people who make noise
(iv) to all the passers-by
(c) The Solitary Reaper is a narrative poem set to music. This form of verse is called a .
(d) The poet's lament in the poem The solitary Reaper is that .
(i) he cannot understand the song
(ii) he did not know the lass
(iii) she stopped singing at once
(iv) he had to move away
(e) The setting of the poem is .