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Write only the correct answer in the Answer Book. Do not reproduce the questions.

(1) The subjugation of Women (1869) is an important text of:

(a) George Eliot
(b) Byron
(c) John Mill
(d) Hardy

(c) John Mill


(2) Which of the following poems by Tennyson is a monodrama?

(a) Ulysses
(b) Break, Break, Break
(c) Maud
(d) Crossing the Bar

(c) Maud


(3) The line “she dwells with Beauty – Beauty that must be” occurs in Keats’

(a) Lamia
(b) Ode to a Grecian Urn
(c) Ode on Melancholy
(d) Endymion

(c) Ode on Melancholy


(4) Negative Capability to Keats, means

(a) The ability to sympathize with other
(b) Say bad thing, about others
(c) To empathize

(c) To empathize


(5) “Art for arts sake” found its true adherent in:

(a) Wordsworth
(b) Byron
(c) Browning
(d) Wilde

(d) Wilde


(6) It as the best of times, it was the worst of time, it was the worst – the opening of Dickens’

(a) Hard Times
(b) David Copperfield
(c) Oliver Twist
(d) A Tales of Two Cities

(d) A Tales of Two Cities


(7) The character of Little Neil is a creation of:

(a) Hardy
(b) Eliot
(c) Oscar Wilde
(d) Dickens

(d) Dickens


(8) “Idylls of the King” is illustration of Tennyson’s deep interest in:

(a) Medieval legends
(b) The role of the king
(c) Hero worship
(d) The contemporary condition

(b) The role of the king


(9) Who believed that poetry is the spontaneous overflow of emotions?
(a) Blake
(b) Byron
(c) Wordsworth
(d) Keats

(c) Wordsworth


(10) Who after the publication of a poem, awoke and found himself famous?

(a) Shelley
(b) Browning
(c) Wordsworth
(d) Keats

(c) Wordsworth


(11) The image of the femme fatale dominates the poetry of:

(a) Wordsworth
(b) Keats
(c) Byron
(d) Tennyson

(b) Keats


(12) Little Time is a character in Hardy’s

(a) The return of the native
(b) Jude the Obscure
(c) Mayor of Casterbridge

(b) Jude the Obscure


(13) Which is the famous elegy written by Shelley?

(a) In Memoriam
(b) Lycidas
(c) Adonis
(d) Thyrsis

(c) Adonis


(14) The moral choice is everything in the works of:

(a) Dickens
(b) George Eliot
(c) Hardy

(a) Dickens


(15) Which of the following is illustrative of Ruskin’s interest in social economy?

(a) The Seven Lamps
(b) Unto this Last
(c) The Stones of Venice

(b) Unto this Last


(16) Which one of the following poets named the Romantic poet as the “pond poets”?

(a) Southey
(b) Shelley
(c) Keats
(d) Byron

(a) Southey


(17) The Charge of the Light Brigade” (Tennyson) commemorates:

(a) The Boer War
(b) The battle of Trafalgar
(c) The Crimean War

(c) The Crimean War


(18) The Elgin Marbles inspired Keats to write:

(a) Endymion
(b) Lamia
(c) The Grecian Urn
(d) Melancholy

(c) The Grecian Urn



(19) Would you tell Sordelo (Browning) as a:

(a) Dramatic Monologue
(b) Dramatic Lyrics
(c) Tragic Drama

(b) Dramatic Lyrics


(20) Which one of the following poets was appointed Poet Laureate in the year 1813?

(a) Tennyson
(b) Byron
(c) Southey
(d) Wordsworth

(c) Southey
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(1) Shakespeare’s Hamlet is
(a) A tragedy
(b) Comedy

(a) A tragedy


(2) Earnest Hamingway has written

(a) Old Man and the Sea
(b) Mr. Chips
(c) Pride and Prejudice

(a) Old Man and the Sea


(3) Who wrote Gulliver’s Travels?

(a) Charles Dickens
(b) Chaucer
(c) Jonathan Swift

(c) Jonathan Swift


(4) Which of the following is not a dramatist?

(a) Ben Johnson
(b) Byron
(c) Eliot

(b) Byron


(5) Which of the following is not a play by Shakespeare?

(a) Hamlet
(b) Macbeth
(c) Dr. Faustus

(c) Dr. Faustus


(6) E. M. Foster is a

(a) Novelist
(b) Poet
(c) Playwright

(a) Novelist


(7) “The Pickwick Papers” is a novel by:

(a) Jane Austen
(b) Charles Dickens
(c) Thackery

(b) Charles Dickens


(8) Who wrote “Jane Eyre”?

(a) Charlotte Bronte
(b) Emile Bronte
(c) Anne Bronte

(a) Charlotte Bronte


(9) After whom is the Elizabethan Age named?

(a) Elizabeth-I
(b) Elizabeth-II
(c) Elizabeth Browning

(a) Elizabeth-I


(10) What is the name of Wordsworth’s long poem?

(a) The Canterbury Tales
(b) Don Juan
(c) The Prelude

(c) The Prelude


(11) A poem mourning someone’s death is called:

(a) Fable
(b) Epic
(c) Elegy

(c) Elegy


(12) Which of the following is not a tragedy written by Shakespeare?

(a) Macbeth
(b) Othello
(c) Merchant of Venice

(c) Merchant of Venice


(13) Who wrote “The Second Coming”?

(a) E. Spencer
(b) Eliot
(c) W. B. Yeats

(c) W. B. Yeats


(14) What period in English Literature is called the “Augustans Age”?

(a) Early 16th Century
(b) 17th Century
(c) Early 18th Century

(c) Early 18th Century


(15) Which play among the following plays is not blank verse?

(a) Hamlet
(b) The Jew of Malta
(c) Pygmalion

(c) Pygmalion


(16) Which one of the following writers is not woman?

(a) Emily Bronte
(b) Jane Austen
(c) Robert Browning

(c) Robert Browning


(17) Who is the villain in “Hamlet”?

(a) Horatio
(b) Iago
(c) Claudius

(c) Claudius


(18) Who kills Macbeth in the play “Macbeth”?

(a) Duncan
(b) Bonquo
(c) Macduff

(c) Macduff


(19) Which is the last of Shakespeare’s great tragedies?

(a) Macbeth
(b) King Lear
(c) Othello
(d) Hamlet

(b) King Lear


(20) Who is the heroine of Shakespeare’s play “Hamlet”?

(a) Cordella
(b) Desdemona
(c) Portia
(d) Ophelia

(d) Ophelia
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(1) Romanticism (if it can be pinpointed) is usually assumed to date from:

(a) Publication of "Intimations of Immortality"
(b) The beginning of Queen Victoria’s reign
(c) The Reform Bill of 1832
(d) Publication of "Lyrical Ballads" and its preface
(e) 1800 – 1801

(d) Publication of "Lyrical Ballads" and its preface


(2) Which of the following would a Romantic Poet be most likely to use?

(a) A "feathered chorister"
(b) A "member of the plumy race"
(c) A "bird"
(d) A "tenant of the sky"
(e) An "airy fairy"

(e) An "airy fairy"


(3) Wordsworth’s Poetry always reflects:

(a) The creation of abstract concepts
(b) An endorsement of the scientific tradition
(c) The creation of an original philosophy
(d) An examination of extraneous matters
(e) His belief in a world to come.

(c) The creation of an original philosophy


(4) Byron’s Poetry is ambiguous and has a vividness of phrasing which sometimes reaches the point of abstraction:

(a) True
(b) False

(a) True


(5) "English Bards and Scotch Reviewers" is a satirical attack on contemporary writers who had annoyed Byron.

(a) True
(b) False

(a) True


(6) In 1850, Tennyson succeeded Wordsworth as poet laureate.

(a) True
(b) False

(a) True


(7) Mary Anne Evans is the same person as George Eliot.

(a) True
(b) False

(a) True


(8) Keats’ widespread appeal is to the Reader’s interest in the supernatural.

(a) True
(b) False

(b) False


(9) The literary figure who had the most pronounced effect on Keats was:

(a) Dante
(b) Shakespeare
(c) Wordsworth
(d) Shelley

(b) Shakespeare


(10) Shelly was a firm believer in all of the following except:

(a) Personal freedom
(b) The individual’s responsibility to society
(c) The power of love
(d) Human conduct based on conviction

(d) Human conduct based on conviction


(11) Shelley’s poetry used all of the following components for themes except:

(a) Worship of God
(b) Passion
(c) Narcissism
(d) Emotional self-indulgence

(a) Worship of God


(12) The prose of the Romantic period had a tendency to:

(a) Objectify the issue in terms of a cause
(b) Advance a single system to the public
(c) Allow the writer to draw on his
(d) Be brooding and meditative. own personality

(a) Objectify the issue in terms of a cause


(13) Charles Lamb’s "Dream Children" is notable for its:

(a) Crushing tragedy
(b) Humor
(c) Whimsical Pathos
(d) Cynicism

(c) Whimsical Pathos


(14) The Victorian age can be dated by which of the following events and years:

(a) Mills’s "on liberty’ (1859) to end of century (1900)
(b) Reform Bill (1832) to end of Boer War (1902)
(c) Birth of Tennyson (1809) to his death (1892)
(d) Tennyson’s Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1830) to death of Queen Victoria (1901)

(d) Tennyson’s Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1830) to death of Queen Victoria (1901)


(15) Which of the following works ‘had the greatest influence on the Victorian Age?

(a) Mill’s "On Liberty"
(b) Tennyson’s "In memoriam"
(c) Darwin’s "Origin of Species"
(d) Carlyle’s "Sartor Resartus"
(e) Ruskin’s "The stones of Venice"

(b) Tennyson’s "In memoriam"


(16) In which of the following Genres did Victorian Literature achieve its greatest success:

(a) Drama
(b) Epic Poetry
(c) Lyric Poetry
(d) The Essay
(e) The Novel

(e) The Novel


(17) Identify the sources of the quotations listed below:

1. "Hail to thee blithe spirit"
2. "Spirit of beauty that dost consecrate"
3. "Paint/Must never hope to reproduce the- faint Halfflush that dies along her throat".
4. " Where are the songs of Spring? Ay,- where are they?
Think not of them, thou hast thy music too
5. "Ah, happy, happy boughs! that cannot shed your leaves, nor ever bid the Spring adieu",
6. "Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting"
7. "A hand may first and then a lip be kist;
For my part, to such doings I’m a stranger"
8. "My hair is grey, but not with years, nor grew it white, In a single night"

A "May Last Duchess"
B "To a sky Lark"
C "Ode to Autumn"
D "Don Juan"
E "The Prisoner of Chillon"
F "Ode on a Grecian Urn"
G "Intimations of Immortality’ (Ode)
H "Hymn to Intellectual Beauty"

1-B
2-H
3-A
4-C
5-F
6-G
7-D
8-E
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(1) Who wrote "Shakespeare’s Later Comedies’?

(a) A.C. Bradley
(b) Palmer D.J.
(c) Dr.Johnsofl

(b) Palmer D.J.



(2) Which of the following is not a dramatist?

(a) Ben Johnson
(b) Eliot
(c) S. Backett


(3) Which. of the following is not a play by Shakespeare?

(a) Tempest
(b) Pygmalion
(c) King Lear

(b) Pygmalion


(4) Who is the author of ‘After Strange Gods’?

(a) Shaw
(b) Robert Frost
(c) Eliot

(c) Eliot



(5) Who is the Villain in ‘Hamlet’?

(a) Horatio
(b) Iago
(c) Claudius

(c) Claudius



(6) Who is the heroine of ‘Hamlet’?

(a) Cordelia
(b) Portia
(c) Ophelia

(c) Ophelia


(7) After whom the Elizabethan Age is named:

(a) Elizabeth I
(b) Elizabeth II
(c) Elizabeth Browning

(a) Elizabeth I



(8) Who wrote ‘Common Pursuit’?

(a) Leavis, F.R.
(b) Cecil, D.
(c) E.M.Foster

(a) Leavis, F.R.


(9) ‘ Paradise Lost is an epic by:

(a). Spenser
(b) Chaucer
(c) Milton

(c) Milton


(10) "After Apple Picking" is written by:

(a) Robert Browning
(b) Robert Frost

(b) Robert Frost


(11) Ernest Hemingway wrote:

(a) Mr. Chips
(b) Pride and Prejudice
(c) Old Man and the Sea
(c) Old Man and the Sea


(12) "Intellectual Beauty" is written by:

(a) Bertrand Russell
(b) Huxley
(c) P.B.Shelley

(c) P.B.Shelley


(13) Who wrote "20th Century Views"?

(a) Abrahams, M. H.
(b) Palmer, D. J.
(c) Bertrand Russell

(a) Abrahams, M. H.


(14) ‘Desert Places’ is a:

(a) Poem
(b) Play
(c) Novel

(a) Poem


(15) The University Wits were:

(a) Poets
(b) Playwrights
(c) Novelists

(b) Playwrights


(16) William Shakespeare was Born in:

(a) 1564
(b) 1534
(c) 1616

(a) 1564



(17) Francis Bacon died in:

(a) 1616
(b) 1626
(c) 1648

(b) 1626



(18) The period between 1660 to 1750 is known as:

(a) The Age of Classicism
(b) The Restoration
(c) The age of Milton

(b) The Restoration


(19) Who wrote "The Pilgrim’s Progress"?

(a) John Bunyan
(b) Daniel Defoe
(c) Dryden

(a) John Bunyan



(20) ‘‘The Conduct of the Allies’ is a famous work of:

(a) Jonathan Swift
(b) Samuel Johnson
(c) Oliver ‘Goldsmith

(a) Jonathan Swift
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1) The abstract theory of utilitarianism is the theme of Dicken’s novel:
a) Bleak House
b) A Tale of Two Cities
c) Hard Times
d) Great Expectations
e) None of these

c) Hard Times


2. The one remains, the many change and pass;
Heaven’s light for ever shines, earth’s shadows fly;

The above two lines occur in:
a) Keats’ Hyperion
b) Shelley’s Hymn to Intellectual Beauty
c) Shelley’s Adonis
d) Keats’ Ode to Psyche
e) None of these

c) Shelley’s Adonis


3. Name the character of a novel of Thomas Hardy, which is much like Oedipus, King Lear and Faust.

Answer. Tess.


4. She can not fade, though thou hast not the bliss,
For ever wilt thou love, and she be fair!

The above two lines have been taken from:
a) Keats’ Ode to a Nightingale
b) A Thing of Beauty
c) La Belle Dame Sans Mercy
d) Ode on a Grecian Urn

d) Ode on a Grecian Urn


5. ‘Withdrawal from an uncongenial world of escape either to death or more often, to an ideal dream world’, is the theme of Tennyson’s:
a) Ulysses
b) The Palace of Arts
c) The Lotos - Eaters
d) None of these

c) The Lotos - Eaters


6. Philip Waken, Aunt Pallet and Tom Tulliver are the characters of G. Eliot’s novel:
a) Silas Manner
b) Adam Bede
c) Middle March
d) The Mill on the Floss

d) The Mill on the Floss


7. "In all things, in all natures, in the stars,
This active principle abides,"
Identify the poet and his peculiar belief that can be understood from the above lines.

Answer. William Wordsworth as he was of the opinion that in this universe ‘nature’ is the point of focus for everything.


8. “Thy, Damnation, Slunbreth, Not”
Name the writer, his book and the character who uttered/wrote these words.

Writer – Thomas Hardy
Book – Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Character – a young man who is traveling the countryside painting scripture on the sides of barns walks


9. In Memoriam by Tennyson is:
a) an elegy
b) a collection of elegies
c) a lyric
d) a dramatic lyric
e) None of these

a) an elegy


10. The poem, “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell” was written by:
a) Shelley
b) Blake
c) Byron
d) Browning
e) None of these

b) Blake


11. ‘Unto This Last’ is a book written by:
a) Mill on economic reforms
b) Carlyle on moral reforms
c) Ruskin on moral reforms
d) None of these

c) Ruskin on moral reforms


12. Mathew Arnold said: “An ineffectual angel beating in the void his luminous wings in vain”, about:
a) Keats
b) Byron
c) Shelley
d) Blake
e) None of these

c) Shelley


13. For whom it is said: “sensuousness is a paramount bias of his genius”:
a) Blake
b) Keats
c) Tennyson
d) Shelley
e) None of these

b) Keats


14. “Meeting at Night” by Browning is a:
a) Monologue
b) Dramatic Lyric
c) Dramatic Monologue
d) Dramatic Romance
e) None of these

a) Monologue


15. A pioneer is psychological analysis in fiction is:
a) Charles Dickens
b) Thackeray
c) Charlotte Bronte
d) G. Eliot
e) None of these

d) G. Eliot


16. “Thou glorious mirror, where the Almighty’s form Glasses itself in tempest”.
The above line occur in Byron’s:
a) Fame
b) Waterloo
c) Roll on, Thou deep and dark Blue Oceans

c) Roll on, Thou deep and dark Blue Oceans


17. Dickens gives a tragic picture of the French Revolution in his novel:
a) Little Dorrit
b) Hard Times
c) Bleak House
d) A Tale of Two Cities

d) A Tale of Two Cities


18. Love of political freedom, always the noblest of Byron’s passions, inspired him to write:
a) Manfred
b) The Island
c) The prisoner of Chillon
d) The Prophecy of Dante

c) The prisoner of Chillon


19. An aesthetic delight in art and a streak of extreme sadistic cruelty can be observed in Browning’s Poem:
a) Paracelsus
b) My Last Duchess
c) Sordello
d) Pippa Passes

d) Pippa Passes


20. Edward Fitzgerald’s “The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam” inspired Browning to write:
a) The Last Ride Together
b) Rabbi Ben Ezra
c) Ester Day
d) Abt Vogler

b) Rabbi Ben Ezra
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1) Shakespeare uses soliloquy for:
a) revelation of character
b) dramatic purposes
c) establishing the theme
d) None of these

a) revelation of character


2. ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ is a:
a) Thrilling story
b) Tragedy
c) Satire
d) None of these

c) Satire


3. Hemingway wrote:
a) The Sun also Rises
b) The Rivals
c) The Jew of Malta
d) None of these

a) The Sun also Rises


4. The heroine of Pride and Prejudice is
a) Emma
b) Elizabeth
c) Lydia
d) None of these

b) Elizabeth


5. ‘Hyperion’ by Keats may be classified as:
a) An Ode
b) Sonnet
c) An Epic
d) None of these

c) An Epic


6. T. S. Eliot wrote:
a) The Pasture
b) The Waste Land
c) Birches
d) None of these

b) The Waste Land


7. G.B. Shaw’s principles of criticism are similar to those of:
a) Karl Marx
b) S. Butler
c) None of these

a) Karl Marx



8. “The Waste Land’ is:
a) An Allegory
b) A Sonnet
c) Blank verse
d) None of these

c) Blank verse



9. Yeats poetry possess the imaginative mysticism of:
a) Nationalism
b) Criticism
c) Romanticism
d) None of these

b) Criticism


10. Who considers Hamlet to be an Artistic failure
a) Bradley
b) Eliot
c) Kermode
d) None of these

b) Eliot



11. Which influence is shown in the work of Shaw?
a) French
b) German
c) None of these

a) French


12. Eliot shows a bent towards
a) Romanticism
b) Victorianism
c) None of these

a) Romanticism


13. Mrs. Dalloway is the masterpiece of:
a) M. Drabble
b) V. Woolf
c) None of these

b) V. Woolf



14. The Central Figure among the Victorian Poets is:
a) Keats
b) Tennyson
c) Milton
d) None of these

b) Tennyson



15. Browning is known for his:
a) Dramatic Monologue
b) Parody
c) Blank verse
d) None of these

a) Dramatic Monologue


16. Which novel is written by D. H. Lawrence?
a) The Ice Age
b) Sons and Lovers
c) None of these

b) Sons and Lovers


17. The ‘Arcadia’ by Sir Philip Sydney is a:
a) Pastoral
b) Romance
c) Comedy
d) None of these

b) Romance


18. ‘The Faerie Queene’ was written by:
a) Milton
b) Lyly
c) Spenser
d) None of these

c) Spenser


19. ‘The Crowns of Wild Olive’ was written by:
a) Huxley
b) Ben Johnson
c) Ruskin
d) None of these

c) Ruskin


20. David Copper Field, Hard Times and Little Dorrit, all were written by:
a) Hardy
b) Dickens
c) Moore
d) None of these

b) Dickens
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1) ‘All good poetry is spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings’ who made this statement?
a) Shelly
b) De Quincey
c) Wordsworth
d) None of these

c) Wordsworth


2. “A long poem is a combination of short poems.” Who has held the above opinion?
a) Coleridge
b) Keats
c) Wordsworth
d) None of these

c) Wordsworth


3. Rabbi Ben Ezra was written by?
a) Tennyson
b) Browning
c) Matthew Arnold
d) None of these

b) Browning


4. In 1857, Matthew Arnold as Professor of Poetry at Oxford delivered his inaugural lecture in:
a) English
b) Latin
c) Greek
d) None of these

a) English


5. The second generation of the romantic poets (Shelley, Byron and Keats) was dead by:
a) 1820
b) 1825
c) 1830
d) None of these

b) 1825


6. The Advertisement added to the Lyrical Ballads was published in:
a) 1800
b) 1802
c) 1798
d) None of these

c) 1798


7. Hero and Hero Worship was written by:
a) Ruskin
b) Carlyle
c) J. S. Mill
d) None of these

b) Carlyle


8. Which poem of Tennyson was particularly like by Queen Victoria?
a) The Idylls of the kings
b) Charge of the Light Brigade
c) In Memoriam
d) None of these

c) In Memoriam


9. Hardy’s Nature is:
a) Friendly
b) Indifferent
c) Vindictive
d) None of these

b) Indifferent


10. Does the personal name Lucy (in Wordsworth’s poetry) stands for
a) Anneta Vallon
b) Dorothy
c) Drawn from folk song heroines
d) None of these

b) Dorothy


11. ‘Who knows but the world many end to-night.’ In which of Browning’s poems the above line appears?
a) The Last Ride together
b) One Word More
c) The Last Duchess
d) None of these

a) The Last Ride together


12. The Prelude was written in”
a) 1810
b) 1840
c) 1805
d) None of these

d) None of these


13. The Crown of Wild Olive is written by:
a) Charles Lamb
b) Carlyle
c) Ruskin
d) None of these

c) Ruskin


14. Oscar Wilde believed in:
a) Aestheticism
b) Escapism
c) Pragmatism
d) None of these

a) Aestheticism


15. ‘Bliss was it, in that Dawn to be alive But to be young was very heaven.’ Who has written these lines?
a) Shelley
b) Browning
c) Wordsworth
d) None of these

c) Wordsworth


16. When was the poem Tintern Abbey written?
a) 1793
b) 1795
c) 1798
d) None of these

c) 1798


17. The correct date of French Revolution:
a) 1793
b) 1802
c) 1789
d) None of these

c) 1789


18. Human situation in Hardy’s novels is controlled by:
a) Social Forces
b) Providence
c) Fate
d) None of these

c) Fate


19. "Prophets of Nature ………
……………. What we have loved
Other will love …………….”
In which poem by Wordsworth do these lines appear?
a) Excursion
b) One Summer Evening
c) Prelude
d) None of these

b) One Summer Evening


20. “But God’s eternal Laws are kind And break the heart of stone.” In which poem do these lines appear?
a) We Are Seven (Wordsworth)
b) Ballad of Reading Goal (Oscar Wilde)
c) Prisoner of Chillon (Byron)
d) None of these

b) Ballad of Reading Goal (Oscar Wilde)
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1) Fortinbras is a character of the play:
a) Othello
b) Hamlet
c) King Lear
d) None of these

b) Hamlet


2. Who wrote preface to Shakespeare:
a) Sir Philip Sydney
b) Dryden
c) Dr. Johnson
d) None of these

c) Dr. Johnson



3. The ‘Tragic Flaw’ is also called:
a) Catharsis
b) Catastrophe
c) Hamartia
d) None of these

c) Hamartia


4. The Winter’s Tale is Shakespeare
a) Dramatic monologue
b) Comedy
c) Tragedy
d) None of these

a) Dramatic monologue


5. Who is believed to be suffering from Oedipus Complex:
a) Oedipus
b) Hamlet
c) Macbeth
d) None of these

a) Oedipus


6. Whose comedies are called ‘Comedies of Mask’:
a) Ben Johnson’s
b) Bernard Shaw’s
c) Shakespeare’s
d) None of these

b) Bernard Shaw’s


7. Who belongs to the theatre of Absurd
a) Oscar Wilde
b) Backett
c) Ibsen
d) None of these

b) Backett


8. Which of the novels of Hemingway is called Hemingway’s Waste Land?
a) The Old Man and the Sea
b) Farewell to Arms
c) For Whom the Bell Tolls
d) None of these

d) None of these


9. Poetry is defined as ‘Spontaneous overflow of powerful feeling’ by:
a) Shelley
b) Coleridge
c) Wordsworth
d) None of these

c) Wordsworth



10. Which is called the Victorian Age:
a) 18th Century
b) 19th Century
c) 20th Century
d) None of these

b) 19th Century


11. A poem which consists of fourteen line is called:
a) A Sonnet
b) An Ode
c) A ballad
d) None of these

a) A Sonnet


12. ‘Murder in the Cathedral’ is written by”
a) Yeats
b) T. S. Eliot
c) D. H. Lawrence
d) None of these

b) T. S. Eliot



13. ‘End Game’ is written by:
a) Hemingway
b) Somerset Maugham
c) Beckett
d) None of these

c) Beckett


14. My soul had been a lawn besprinkled O’er with flowers, and Stirring Shades, and baffled dreams is an example of:
a) Metaphor
b) Simile
c) Personification
d) None of these

a) Metaphor


15. Iron, times of doubts, disputes, distraction and Fear is an example of:
a) Oxymoron
b) Conceit
c) Alliteration
d) None of these

c) Alliteration


16. ‘Pleasant Pain’ is an example of”
a) Metaphor
b) Paradox
c) Oxymoron
d) None of these

c) Oxymoron


17. Which of the plays is not written by T. S. Eliot?
a) The Rock
b) The Family Reunion
c) The importance of being Earnest
d) None of these

c) The importance of being Earnest


18. Which of the novels is not written by Jane Austen?
a) Adam Bede
b) Mansfield Park
c) Emma
d) None of these

a) Adam Bede



19. ‘Lapis Lazuli’ is:
a) A Poem
b) Novel
c) Drama
d) None of these

a) A Poem


20. ‘My Fair Lady’ is a Cinematic Version of:
a) Pygmalion
b) Candida
c) Getting Married
d) None of these

a) Pygmalion
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b) T. S. Eliot
c) Coleridge
d) None of these

c) Coleridge


2. “The first in beauty should be first in might” … is the line spoken in Hyperion by:
a) Oceanus
b) Hyperion
c) Apollo
d) None of these

b) Hyperion



3. The Eve of St. Agnes is written by:
a) Keats
b) Blake
c) Tennyson
d) None of these

a) Keats


4. Adonis is modeled on:
a) Bion’s lament for Adonis
b) Lycidas
c) In Memoriam
d) None of these

a) Bion’s lament for Adonis


5. Hardy is a:
a) Pessimist
b) Meliorist
c) Mystic
d) None of these

a) Pessimist


6. Who is one of the lake poets:
a) Coleridge
b) Blake
c) Browning
d) None of these

a) Coleridge


7. Ernest De Selincourt is the editor of:
a) Prometheus the Unbound
b) The Prelude
c) Songs of innocence and of experience
d) None of these

b) The Prelude



8. Who usually caricatures his characters?
a) Dickens
b) George Eliot
c) Hardy
d) None of these

a) Dickens


9. Tradition and Individual Talent is a critical essay by:
a) Shelley
b) Oscar Wilde
c) T. S. Eliot
d) None of these

c) T. S. Eliot



10. ‘Hebrew Melodies’ is written by:
a) Tennyson
b) Byron
c) Keats
d) None of these

b) Byron


11. ‘She dwells with beauty – beauty that must die’ is a line from
a) Ode to Nightingale
b) Ode on Indolence
c) Ode to Melancholy
d) None of these

c) Ode to Melancholy


12. ‘A Little Girl Lost’ is written by:
a) Wordsworth
b) Blake
c) Keats
d) None of these

b) Blake


13. The first eight lines of a sonnet are called
a) Octave
b) Sestet
c) Refrain
d) None of these

a) Octave


14. The Revolt of Islam is a:
a) Novel
b) An epic
c) Lyrical Drama
d) None of these

c) Lyrical Drama


15. The repetition of sounds in a sequence of words is called
a) Assonance
b) Rhythm
c) Alliteration
d) None of these

c) Alliteration


16. ‘The child is the father of man’ is a line from Wordsworth’s:
a) Immortality Ode
b) The Prelude
c) My heart leaps when I Behold a Rainbow in the Sky.
d) None of these

c) My heart leaps when I Behold a Rainbow in the Sky.


17. ‘Lady Windermere’s fan’ is written by:
a) Oscar Wilde
b) Galsworthy
c) T. S. Eliot
d) None of these

a) Oscar Wilde


18. Who wrote ‘Tales From Shakespeare’?
a) Charles Lamb and his sister
b) Dr. Johnson
c) Dryden
d) None of these

a) Charles Lamb and his sister


19. ‘East Coker’ is written by:
a) Browning
b) Wordsworth
c) T. S. Eliot
d) None of these

c) T. S. Eliot



20. In which poem lies the line ‘The One remain, the many change and pass’?
a) Adonis
b) Hymn to Intellectual Beauty
c) The cloud
d) None of these

a) Adonis
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1) OF all his predecessors, the following exerted a direct influence upon Shakespeare.
a) Lyly and Marlowe
b) Robert Greene and Thomas Nash
c) George Peele and Thomas Lodge
d) None of these

a) Lyly and Marlowe


2. Shakespeare has written
a) Comedies
b) Tragedies
c) Historical Plays
d) All of these

d) All of these


3. Jane Austen’s other writings are:
a) Sense and Sensibility
b) Emma
c) Persuasion
d) All of these

d) All of these


4. Texts like Waiting for Godot are:
a) Ageless
b) Rare
c) Priceless
d) None of these

a) Ageless


5. “We are such stuff as dreams are made”. Whose words are these.
a) Shakespeare
b) Marlowe
c) Philip Sydney
d) None of these

a) Shakespeare


6. The only play by Shakespeare which confirms to the classical unities is:
a) Hamlet
b) Twelfth Night
c) Romeo and Juliet
d) None of these

b) Twelfth Night


7. Yahoo’s according to Gulliver were:
a) European
b) Indians
c) American
d) None of these

a) European


8. ‘Young leading the young is like blind leading the blind’ who has said these words:
a) Carlyle
b) Bacon
c) Mantaine
d) None of these

d) None of these


9. Arms and the Man – a novel is written by:
a) George Bernard Shaw
b) Samuel Beckett
c) Jane Austen
d) None of these

a) George Bernard Shaw


10. ‘Proper study of Mankind is man’ – who has said these words:
a) Pope
b) Swift
c) Shelley
d) None of these

a) Pope


11. ‘Supernaturalism’ was an important feature of the poetry of:
a) Wordsworth
b) Byron
c) Coleridge
d) None of these

c) Coleridge


12. ‘Sweet Hellen make me immortal with kiss’. Who has said these words?
a) Marlow
b) Shakespeare
c) Benjonson
d) None of these

a) Marlow


13. Who did write/publish preface to lyrical ballads:
a) Wordsworth
b) Shelley
c) Keats
d) None of these

a) Wordsworth


14. The word renaissance means:
a) Rebirth
b) Revival
c) Renewal
d) None of these

a) Rebirth


15. ‘Of Studies’ an essay is written by:
a) Francis Bacon
b) Carlyle
c) Montaine
d) None of these

a) Francis Bacon


16. Spenser was:
a) Novelist
b) Dramatist
c) Prose writer
d) None of these

d) None of these


17. All is well that ends well is a:
a) Comedy
b) Tragedy
c) Historical Play
d) None of these

a) Comedy


18. The second shortest play of Shakespeare is:
a) The Winter’s Tale
b) Much ado about nothing
c) Tempest
d) None of these


b) Much ado about nothing


19. ‘Paradise Lost’ is written by:
a) Milton
b) Pope
c) Swift
d) None of these

a) Milton


20. ‘Money is a tie of all ties. It is a tie which ties and unties all ties’ is quotation from
a) Past and Present
b) Of Money
c) Of Marriage
d) None of these

b) Of Money
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