Q. 24.5( 2 Votes )
Given below are a few famous lines from Shakespeare's plays. Match them with the play in which they occur.
Twelfth Night, Julius Caesar, As you Like it, The Merchant of Venice
a) ‘Friends, Romans country men
Lend me your ears’
b) ‘All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;’
c) ‘The quality of mercy is not strained;
It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven
Upon the place beneath.’
d) ‘If music be the food of love play on’
In Shakespearian plays, soliloquies are popular. A soliloquy is a speech rendered by a character in a play, which is meant for the audience / reader.
a) Julius Caesar
b) As You Like It
c) The Merchant of Venice
d) Twelfth Night
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PREVIOUSHave you heard or come across these idiomatic expressions? What do they mean?a) Hobson's choiceb) on the horns of a dilemmac) cat on the walld) between the devil and the deep seaNEXTGiven below are a few statements about the soliloquy. Are they true or false?a) A long speech spoken by a single character that reveals inner thoughts.b) The character reveals inner thoughts, and puzzles out personal problemsc) Only the male character renders a soliloquyc) Only the male character renders a soliloquyd) It's a part of a dialogue with other characterse) It is rendered in the final scene.
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