A. Read the following extracts and answer the following questions 
1) “But you shall shine more bright in these contents
Than unswept stone besmeared with sluttish time.”
a) Who is ‘you` here?
b) What do you understand by ‘unswept stone’?
c) State a poetic device used in the poem.
2) “Nor mars his sword nor war’s quick fire shall burn
The living record of your memory.” 
a) “Who is ‘Mars`?
b) What is the living record’ here?
c) Name the poet of the lines.
3) “Gainst death and all oblivious enmity
Shall you pace forth; your praise shall still find room even in the eyes of all posterity.” 
a) Explain the meaning of the lines in brief.
b) What do you understand by ‘posterity`?
c) Find a poetic device used in second line of the extract.
4) “So till the judgement that yourself arise you live in this, and dwell in lovers’ eyes”. 
a) What is ‘judgement`?
b) What is ‘this` here?
c) What is ‘yourself arise`?
B. Answer the following questions in 30 – 40 words each [6x3=18]
i) Acquaint us with the structure of the poem.
ii) What is the theme of the poem?
iii) ‘Time and timelessness rule the poem” – comment.
iv) How did Shakespeare immortalise his friend?
v) Acquaint us with three elements that Shakespeare considered nothing to his poems.
vi) Explain – ‘Last Judgement`.