The Heritage of Words | Long Question Collection (2057 – 2066)

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Important Long Question Collection
Year: 2057 – 2066

The Heritage of Words
For: English Students Class 12
Long answer questions ( Each question carries 10 marks)

Grandmother – Ray Young Bear
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson.

About Love – Anton Chekhov

  1. Sketch the character of Alyohin. [2062]

The Lamentation of the Old Pensioner – W.B. Yeast

  1. 1) Write an essay on Youth and age. [2060]

Two Long Term Problems : Too Many People, Too Few Trees – Moti Nissani

  1. Explain the links between overpopoulation and deforestation. [2062]
  2. What are the causes, consequences and cures of overpopulation and deforestation? [2061, 65]

Full Fathom Five Thy Father Lies – William Shakespeare
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson.

Hurried Trip to Avoid a Bad Star – M. Lilla and C. Bishop Berry
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson.

Traveling Through the Dark – William Stafford
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson.

A Story – Dylan Thomas
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson.

The Last Voyage of The Ghost Ship – Garcia Marquez

  1. Narrate the story of a boy’s growth from an ordinary boy to an assertive young man. [2057]

God’s Grandeur – Martin Manley Hopkins

  1. What is the central idea of the poem ‘God’s Grandeur’? [2065]

I Have a Dream : Martin Luther King Jr.

  1. What is the historical significance of Martin Luther King? [2057]
  2. What is the dream Martin Luther King, Jr. has ? How is he going to achieve it? [2061]
  3. Argue in favour of some course of action in a situation that you consider an injustice. Racial injustice is one possible area, or unfairness to any minority, or to women, children, the old, ex-convicts, the handicapped, the poor, . if possible narrow the subject to a particular incident or al local situation on which you can write knowledgeably? [2061]

Women’s Business – Ilene Kantrov
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson.

The Children Who Wait – Marsha Traugot
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson yet.

A Child is Born – William Butler Yeast

  1. Discuss in about 200 words the advantages of child-rearing in a traditional society. how is the traditional child-rearing a beneficial practice for the child and young mother? [2059]
  2. What differences does the writer show between a traditional society and a modern society in matters of pregnancy, child birth and childbearing? [2060, 65]
  3. Write in about 100 words about the values held by the traditional Nepali society in which a woman who cannot bear children is considered as a failure in her personal life and a useless woman in the eyes of the society. Give your views on the subject.

The Tell-Tale Heart – Edger Allan Poe

  1. Why does the narrator develop intense hatred against the old man? Would you call the narrator mad? Give reasons for your answer. [2059]

Purgatory – William Butler Yeasts

  1. Sketch the character of An Old Man. [2063]
  2. We are always punished for our sins.’ Elaborate this statement. [2064]

Hansel and Gretel – Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm

  1. Briefly narrate the story of Hansel and Gretel. [2062, 66]

The Gingerbread House
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson.

Gretel – Garrison Keillor
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson.

The Little Brother and The Little Sister
No long answer questions have been asked from this lesson.

The Boarding House – James Joyce

  1. Sketch the character of Mrs. Mooney. [2058, 64]
  2. Briefly narrate the story ‘The Boarding House’. [2063]

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