11th Class English Chapter 15 The Angel and The Author and Others Short Question Answer

11th Class English Chapter 15 The Angel and The Author and Others Short Question Answer

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1. At which point of journey in his dream did the author hear the throbbing sound of the wings?
He heard the throbbing sound of angel wings when he could see nothing on the Earth.
2. What time of year was it?
It was about a fortnight after Christmas when he saw the dream.
3. What does the author like about Christmas?
Christmas makes the people good and generous. They do a lot good deeds during the period. All this is delightful for the author. This is what he likes about Christmas.
4. Write down the good deeds the author has admitted are a great joy at Christmas?
Near Christmas people become good. He himself did some noble deeds at Christmas.
5. Why noble deeds are always a great joy for the author?
The noble deeds give spiritual happiness. The benefit humans. They please God also. Therefore, the writer enjoys doing such deeds.
6. What was the vexing dream the writer saw?
He was that he flew out of the window in his nightshirt. He was flying up and up. The recording Angle also flying with him.
7. Why was the world growing smaller and smaller?
As the writer was flying towards the sky, he was getting away from the world. So, it was growing smaller and smaller.
8. What did the writer see of the London?
He saw a long line of electric lamps along the bank. But later he could see nothing except a dim light that too seemed to be burning behind darkness.
9. What did the writer hear behind him?
He heard the throbbing sound of wings of the recording Angle.
10 . How did the recoding Angle look?
The Angle had a weary look. He seemed to be tired.
11. Was the Angle tired? If yes, why? OR Why did the Angle sat that the Christmas was a trying period for him?
The Angle admitted that he was tired. He said that Christmas had been a tough time for him. People died a lot of good deeds during that period. He had to write down those virtues.
12. What does the writer say about people’s behavior near Christmas?
He says that the people become generous quit suddenly near Christmas. And it is delightful and sensational for him.
13. What were the two beautiful pictures published in the Christmas number?
One picture was a beautiful child for her giving Bovril to a homeless child. Another picture was an old red- faced squire giving plum pudding to the grateful villagers.
14. Why did the writer want to keep a diary?
He wanted to keep a diary to note down his noble deeds so that they might be a source of inspiration for his children?
15. why did the writer give the subscription of five shillings?
He gave the subscription of five shillings to the daily Telegraphs Sixpenny Found for the Unemployed.
16. What did the writer done for the poor curates?
He performed the character of Talbot Champneys in “Our boys in the aid of the found of the poor Curates”.
17. What did the writer remind the Angle of his four balcony seats?
He told the angle that he had bought four balcony seats for the monster show at His Majesty’s in aid of the Fund for the Destitute British in Johannesburg.
18. What did the writer remember about the rummage sale?
He remembered about the rummage sale to which he sent all his old clothes. In this sale, by an accident, he had also sent a coat which could still be worn.
19. What did the angle say to the writer at last?
He told the writer that he should not worry. Everything had been noted. Even the things the writer had forgot were noted there.
20. The writer said that the angle made a slight mistake. What was it?
The angle asked the writer not to worry. But is fact, the writer should be worried because he had don no particular good deed in his life.
21. What is the moral lesson of the story?
The story teaches us that we should do good deeds in our life. Everyone is to die one day. After death, the register of good deeds is closed. Nothing can be added afterword.
22. Describe a few good deeds of the author?
He gave ten shillings to the Daily Telegraph’s sixpenny fund for the Unemployed. He participated in four charity dinners. He sent a dozen signed photographs of himself to a charity bazaar. He performed the character of Talbot Chimneys in “Our boys’ in aid of the fund of poor Curates. He bought four balcony seats for the monster show at His Majesty’s in aid of the fund for the Destitute British in Johannesburg. He sent his clothes in a rummage sale.
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