Macavity : The Mystery Cat Summary in English and Hindi | Question answer | Objective | Class 12 English

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Macavity The Mystery Cat

Macavity the mystery cat : T. S. Eliot – 1888-1965  Thomas Stearns Eliot

Born 26 September 1888 , St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
Died 4 January 1965 (aged 76) , London, England
Occupation Poet, essayist, playwright, publisher, critic
Citizenship American (1888–1927), British (1927–1965)
Education Harvard University, Oxford University
(Merton College)
Literary movement Modernism
Notable works “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” (1915),
The Waste Land (1922),
Four Quartets (1943), Murder in the Cathedral
(1935)
Notable awards Nobel Prize in Literature (1948), Order of Merit
(1948)

Summary In English ; Macavity The Mystery Cat

“Macavity-The Mystery Cat” is a humorous poem. It has been composed by T.S.Eliot. Who was not only a great poet but also a world level critic.

In this poem, the poet has adopted the mock-heroic style. Macavity has been presented as a mystery cat. It plays lots of mischiefs but never gets caught. At the site of crime it is never seen by anybody else. It vanishes in the twinkling of an eye and is tall and thin with sunken eyes.

It has an uncombed whisker and a broad-head. The color of its skin is dirty. It cheats people at cards and takes meat away from the meat-safe and drinks milk and steals jewels. It also steals files of important treaties. Really speaking, no place is safe from it.

Scotland Yard and the investigating agency fail to catch it red-handed. It is a headache for the police. The poet calls it a master criminal who defies both human and natural law. That is why the poet calls it a “Hidden Paw”. It controls the activities of other cats with a great skill. The poet compares it with Napoleon.

 

Important Questions & Answers ; Macavity The Mystery Cat

1. Why does the poet call Macavity, a mystery cat ?
Ans : The poet called Macavity, a mystery cat because he can commit any crime and is able to disappear from the scene leaving no trace behind.

2. What are the adjectives that have been used to describe Macavity’s character ?
Ans : Macavity has been described as a mystery cat, the Hidden Paw; for the master criminal ; bafflement of Scotland yard; the flying squad’s disappear; a monster of depravity and Napoleon of crime etc.

3. Why is Macavity termed a criminal ?
Ans : Macavity is termed as a criminal because he commits all sorts of crimes. He plunders larders, ransacks jewel cases, breaks glass panes, steals important documents, stifles pet dogs etc.

4. What is suggested by the phrase powers of levitation ?
Ans : The phrase power of levitation suggests the super capacity to rise and float in air especially by magic. Here it means Macavity’s ability to defy the law of gravity.

5. Macavity is never there discuss.
Ans : Macavity is a perfect criminal. He can even steal secret documents from the foreign office. The investigating agencies know it is Macavity’s job but they can never prove it. Macavity is never found at the scene of crime. He leaves behind no footprint rather there is always an alibi to prove that he was a mile away at the time of crime.

6. Why does the poet call macavity outwardly respectable ? Discuss.
Ans : Everybody knows that Macavity is a criminal but nobody can prove it. He has never been caught he has never been convicted so long as he is not convicted he is respectable outwardly in the the eyes of law and people.

Objective Questions / Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs ) ; Macavity The Mystery Cat

1. ‘Macavity, The Mystery Cat’ is written by…….
A. Rupert Brooke
B. T.S Eliot
C. Charles Dickens
D. Walter De La Mare

2. Macavity is an……
A. Diplomat
B. Looter
C. Outlaw
D. Robber

3. The poet compares Macavity to……..
A. Napoleon
B. Hitler
C. Bismarck
D. Mussolini

4. Macavity is called….
A. The Mysterious Paw
B. The naughty Paw
C. The exposed Paw
D. The hidden Paw

5. ……… is tall and thin.
A. Celebrity
B. Macavity
C. Amity
D. Activity

6. Mungojerrie and Griddlebone are also……..
A. Birds
B. Cats
C. Rats
D. Dogs

7. Macavity is full of……
A. Happiness
B. Sadness
C. Selfishness
D. Deceitfulness

8. ’And when the foreign office find a treaty’s gone astray’ is written by…..
A. Walt whitman
B. Rupert Brooke
C. TS Eliot
D. Kamala Das

9. ‘He’s broken every human law’ is taken from……
A. The soldier
B. Fire hymn
C. Macavity the mystery cat
D. An an epitaph

10. Macavity disappears from the place of the crime before the…… reach there.
A. Owner
B. People
C. Comrade
D. Police

11. Macavity is the bafflement of …….
A. Scotland yard
B. Mote yard
C. What yard
D. Capdt yard

12. ………. is a master criminal.
A. Depravity
B. Macavity
C. Celebrity
D. Fertility

13. Macavity Moves Like of….
A. Scorpion
B. Dog
C. Cat
D. Snake

14. The poet is…… with macavity.
A. Happy
B. Sad
C. Angry
D. Pleased

15. T.S Eliot has written the poem…….
A. Fire hymna
B. Macavity the mystery cat
C. The soldier
D. Snake

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