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courageneverdies Wednesday, March 09, 2011 05:46 PM

English Literature Papers 2011
 
[B][SIZE="4"][CENTER]PAPER – I[/CENTER][/SIZE][/B]

[B][CENTER][SIZE="4"]PART - I[/SIZE][/CENTER][/B]

Q.1: Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet.

i. Intense emotion coupled with an intense display of imagery are characteristics of __________ age

a. Victorian
b. Elizabethan
c. Romantic
d. Classic
e. None of these

ii. S.T. Coleridge was born in

a. 1798
b. 1772
c. 1749
d. 1797
e. None of these

iii. Wordsworth settled in

a. Lake District
b. Sussex
c. Dorset Shire
d. Cumber Land
e. None of these

iv. Childe Harold’s Pilgrimmage is written by:

a. Blake
b. Shelley
c. Browning
d. Byron
e. None of these

v. Queen Mab is one of the frist two great powms written by:

a. Shelley
b. Byron
c. Blake
d. Pope
e. None of these

vi. Hyperion is a/an __________ poem

a. Elegy
b. Epic
c. Ode
d. Lyric
e. None of these

vii. Romanticism expressed a restlessness of

a. Mind
b. Soul
c. Senses
d. Body
e. None of these

viii. Northanger Abbey, Emma and Sense and Sensibility are novels written by

a. G. Eliot
b. Miss Burney
c. C. Bronte
d. Jane Auster
e. None of these

ix. Shelley is remembered as a _______ poet

a. Lyric
b. Tragic
c. Dramatic
d. Mythical
e. None of these

x. Keats is prominently a man of:

a. Emotions
b. Sensations
c. Imagination
d. Aestheticism
e. None of these

xi. As a moralist J. S. Mill develops the doctrine of:

a. Utilitarianism
b. Intellect
c. Radicalism
d. Puritanism
e. None of these

xii. Charles Dickens was born in

a. 1800
b. 1789
c. 1812
d. 1833
e. None of these

xiii. C. Dickens is known for being a

a. Socialist
b. Humorist
c. Idealist
d. Romantic
e. None of these

xiv. Shirley, Jane Eyre, Villete were written by:

a. E. Bronte
b. J. Austen
c. G. Eliot
d. C. Bronte
e. None of these

xv. Emile Bronte’s verse reveals a conscious

a. Paganism
b. Pantheism
c. Idealism
d. Lyricism
e. None of these

xvi. The Mayor of Caster Bridge was written by:

a. Trollope
b. Thomas Hardy
c. Charles Dickens
d. G. Eliot
e. None of these

xvii. Thomas Hardy was brought up to the profession of:

a. Architect
b. Engraver
c. Sculptor
d. Painter
e. None of these

xviii. The Picture of Dorian Gray is written by:

a. Gissing
b. D. H. Lawrence
c. Oscar Wilde
d. Trollope
e. None of these

xix. Ruskin was born in:

a. 1819
b. 1843
c. 1860
d. 1851
e. None of these

xx. __________ is a novel by Miss Burney

a. Evelina
b. Emma
c. Pamela
d. Persuasion
e. None of these


[CENTER][B][SIZE="4"]PART - II[/SIZE][/B][/CENTER]

[B][CENTER][SIZE="4"]Section - I[/SIZE][/CENTER][/B]

Q.2: During the Victorian Era, art forms part of a coherent social whole. The call for order and discipline comes from all directions. Elaborate

Q.3: Shelley's life was one of passionate devotion to intellect; his poems show a philosophical and social force working in the same direction. Illustrate giving examples.

Q.4: Wordsworth's poetry is based on an effort to convey by simple means the impression of intensity. Comment.

Q.5: Keats' art is full of passion, the object of this desire is not the "intellectual beauty" of Shelley but is caused by the enchantment of the senses. Discuss

[B][CENTER][SIZE="4"]Section - II[/SIZE][/CENTER][/B]

Q.6: Dickens writes of the lower middle class not as a detached observer, but as one on their own level and instinctive fraternity can be traced in his novels. Discuss.

Q.7: Coleridge chooses the supernatural themes which he invests with the semblance of the truth. Comment considering some of his poems.

Q.8: Browning's art reflects an intellectual curiosity, a systematic quest of truth and desire for rationality characteristic of his age. Give detailed comments.

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courageneverdies Wednesday, March 09, 2011 05:52 PM

English Literature Paper-II
 
[B][SIZE="4"][CENTER]PAPER – II[/CENTER][/SIZE][/B]

[B][CENTER][SIZE="4"]PART - I[/SIZE][/CENTER][/B]

Q.1: Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet.

i. In Greek tragedy irony and ____________ are fused into one.

a. Allegory
b. Idealism
c. Imagery
d. Satire
e. None of these

ii. Joseph Andrews was written by

a. Richardson
b. Defoe
c. Fielding
d. Bunyan
e. None of these

iii. Shakespeare was born in

a. 1570
b. 1601
c. 1547
d. 1564
e. None of these

iv. ‘The Wheel of Fire’ a criticism was written by

a. Bradley
b. W. Knight
c. Hazlitt
d. Dryden
e. None of these

v. Kubla Khan was written by

a. Wordsworth
b. Coleridge
c. Shelley
d. Keats
e. None of these

vi. G. B. Shaw began his literary career first as:

a. Journalist
b. Novelist
c. Dramatist
d. Critic
e. None of these

vii. W. B. Yeats was born in

a. 1914
b. 1856
c. 1865
d. 1838
e. None of these

viii. Jane Austen’s Work is transfused with the spirit of

a. Classicism
b. Puritanism
c. Idealism
d. Rationalism
e. None of these

ix. The Waste Land by T. S. Elliot is an

a. Ode
b. Elegy
c. Allegory
d. Epic
e. None of these

x. Waiting for Godot by S. Beckett was originally written in

a. Italian
b. Spanish
c. German
d. French
e. None of these

xi. The ________ age tended to favour the taste and search for truth in art:

a. Classical
b. Romantic
c. Victorian
d. Elizabethan
e. None of these

xii. Maud and Inmemoriam were written by

a. Tennyson
b. Keats
c. Pope
d. Shelley
e. None of these

xiii. Tennyson was porn in

a. 1809
b. 1798
c. 1709
d. 1890
e. None of these

xiv. ___________ has a super abundant wealth of words and superfluous ornaments

a. Hyperbole
b. Metaphor
c. Rhetoric
d. Overtone
e. None of these

xv. Keats’ aestheticism was later turned into

a. Romanticism
b. Pre-Raphaelitism
c. Idealism
d. Angilicanism
e. None of these

xvi. _________ is the animating force in the work of C. Bronte

a. Idealism
b. Romanticism
c. Lyricism
d. Radicalism
e. None of these

xvii. The Wilde Swans at Coole is first great collection of poems of

a. W. Lewis
b. Yeats
c. E. Sitwell
d. D. H. Lawrence
e. None of these

xviii. T. S. Eliot was born in

a. 1887
b. 1888
c. 1817
d. 1870
e. None of these

xix. Jane Eyre was written by

a. Jane Austen
b. G. Eliot
c. C. Bronte
d. E. Bronte
e. None of these

xx. Ophelia, Julia , Viola, Imogen are the characters created by

a. Richardson
b. Fielding
c. Hardy
d. Shakespeare
e. None of these



[CENTER][B][SIZE="4"]PART - II[/SIZE][/B][/CENTER]

[B][CENTER][SIZE="4"]Section - I[/SIZE][/CENTER][/B]

Q.2: Shakespeare draws the images of nature not laboriously but luckily, when he describes any thing, you more than see it, you feel it too. Illustrate, giving examples from characterisation in Hamlet

Q.3: B. Shaw tears off veils and lays bare the half-voluntary illusions of complacently blind souls. Discuss ‘Arms and the Man’, in which Shaw shows that Military heroism is an invention of the civilians.

Q.4: In Gulliver’s Travels Swift dissects the English political life with a corrosive satire. Elaborate

Q.5: Draw a complete picture of the Hemmingway hero, keeping in mind ‘The Old Man and the Sear’ in mind.

[B][CENTER][SIZE="4"]Section - II[/SIZE][/CENTER][/B]

Q.6: Compare and contrast the features of love of nature reflected in the poems by Robert Frost and William Wordsworth.

Q.7: Yeats work is thoroughly steeped in imaginative mysticism which is the essential attribute of celticism. Discuss in relation to his poems you have read.

Q.8: Jane Austen’s clear-sighted eyes read through the inner minds of those who live around her or those whom she invents, just as if those minds were transparent. Discuss her characterisation in Pride and Prejudice in the light of this remark.

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Farrah Zafar Wednesday, March 09, 2011 05:58 PM

The questions from the books which I studied during my masters,don't seem difficult.It means If I had opted it,I could pass it:)
By the way Courage how was your both papers?What is your opinion on them;easy or difficult?

courageneverdies Wednesday, March 09, 2011 06:16 PM

[QUOTE=Farrah Zafar;276610]The questions from the books which I studied during my masters,don't seem difficult.It means If I had opted it,I could pass it:)
By the way Courage how was your both papers?What is your opinion on them;easy or difficult?[/QUOTE]

It was fine. Not better than my last attempt. Thanks God I had done Arms and The Man, it enabled me to do a question. Checking objectives now. And sorry for a late reply.

Regards

Tooba Malik Thursday, June 09, 2011 09:17 AM

AOA bhyya courageneverdies.plz post answer keys of mcq,s as i am to confirm some answers.

courageneverdies Thursday, June 09, 2011 05:16 PM

[QUOTE=Tooba Malik;317468]AOA bhyya courageneverdies.plz post answer keys of mcq,s as i am to confirm some answers.[/QUOTE]

These were my answers for Paper - I MCQs

[CENTER][B]PAPER - I[/B][/CENTER]

[B][CENTER]PART - I[/CENTER][/B]

Q.1: Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet.

i. Intense emotion coupled with an intense display of imagery are characteristics of __________ age

a. Victorian
b. Elizabethan
[B]c. Romantic[/B]
d. Classic
e. None of these

ii. S.T. Coleridge was born in

a. 1798
[B]b. 1772[/B]
c. 1749
d. 1797
e. None of these

iii. Wordsworth settled in

[B]a. Lake District[/B]
b. Sussex
c. Dorset Shire
d. Cumber Land
e. None of these

iv. Childe Harold’s Pilgrimmage is written by:

a. Blake
b. Shelley
c. Browning
[B]d. Byron[/B]
e. None of these

v. Queen Mab is one of the frist two great powms written by:

[B]a. Shelley[/B]
b. Byron
c. Blake
d. Pope
e. None of these

vi. Hyperion is a/an __________ poem

a. Elegy
[B]b. Epic[/B]
c. Ode
d. Lyric
e. None of these

vii. Romanticism expressed a restlessness of

a. Mind
[B]b. Soul[/B]
c. Senses
d. Body
e. None of these

viii. Northanger Abbey, Emma and Sense and Sensibility are novels written by

a. G. Eliot
b. Miss Burney
c. C. Bronte
[B]d. Jane Austen[/B]
e. None of these

ix. Shelley is remembered as a _______ poet

[B]a. Lyric[/B]
b. Tragic
c. Dramatic
d. Mythical
e. None of these

x. Keats is prominently a man of:

a. Emotions
[B]b. Sensations[/B]
c. Imagination
d. Aestheticism
e. None of these

xi. As a moralist J. S. Mill develops the doctrine of:

[B]a. Utilitarianism[/B]
b. Intellect
c. Radicalism
d. Puritanism
e. None of these

xii. Charles Dickens was born in

a. 1800
b. 1789
[B]c. 1812[/B]
d. 1833
e. None of these

xiii. C. Dickens is known for being a

[B]a. Socialist[/B]
b. Humorist
c. Idealist
d. Romantic
e. None of these

xiv. Shirley, Jane Eyre, Villete were written by:

a. E. Bronte
b. J. Austen
c. G. Eliot
[B]d. C. Bronte[/B]
e. None of these

xv. Emile Bronte’s verse reveals a conscious

a. Paganism
b. Pantheism
c. Idealism
d. Lyricism
e. None of these

xvi. The Mayor of Caster Bridge was written by:

a. Trollope
[B]b. Thomas Hardy[/B]
c. Charles Dickens
d. G. Eliot
e. None of these

xvii. Thomas Hardy was brought up to the profession of:

[B]a. Architect[/B]
b. Engraver
c. Sculptor
d. Painter
e. None of these

xviii. The Picture of Dorian Gray is written by:

a. Gissing
b. D. H. Lawrence
[B]c. Oscar Wilde[/B]
d. Trollope
e. None of these

xix. Ruskin was born in:

[B]a. 1819[/B]
b. 1843
c. 1860
d. 1851
e. None of these

xx. __________ is a novel by Miss Burney

[B]a. Evelina[/B]
b. Emma
c. Pamela
d. Persuasion
e. None of these

Regards

Tooba Malik Friday, June 10, 2011 06:13 PM

plz also post answer keys of paper2 .thanks

SADIA SHAFIQ Friday, June 10, 2011 06:23 PM

[QUOTE=courageneverdies;276609][B][SIZE="4"][CENTER]PAPER – II[/CENTER][/SIZE][/B]

[B][CENTER][SIZE="4"]PART - I[/SIZE][/CENTER][/B]

Q.1: Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet.

i. In Greek tragedy irony and ____________ are fused into one.

a. Allegory
b. Idealism
c. Imagery
d. [B]Satire[/B]
e. None of these

ii. Joseph Andrews was written by

a. Richardson
b. Defoe
c. [B]Fielding[/B]
d. Bunyan
e. None of these

iii. Shakespeare was born in

a. 1570
b. 1601
c. 1547
d. [B]1564[/B]
e. None of these

iv. ‘The Wheel of Fire’ a criticism was written by

a. Bradley
b. W. Knight
c. Hazlitt
d. [B]Dryden[/B]....guess
e. None of these

v. Kubla Khan was written by

a. Wordsworth
b. [B]Coleridge[/B]
c. Shelley
d. Keats
e. None of these

vi. G. B. Shaw began his literary career first as:

a. [B]Journalist[/B]
b. Novelist
c. Dramatist
d. Critic
e. None of these

vii. W. B. Yeats was born in

a. [B]1914[/B]...guess
b. 1856
c. 1865
d. 1838
e. None of these

viii. Jane Austen’s Work is transfused with the spirit of

a. [B]Classicism[/B]
b. Puritanism
c. Idealism
d. Rationalism
e. None of these

ix. The Waste Land by T. S. Elliot is an

a. Ode
b. Elegy
c. [B]Allegory[/B]
d. Epic
e. None of these

x. Waiting for Godot by S. Beckett was originally written in

a. Italian
b. Spanish
c. German
d. French
e. None of these

xi. The ________ age tended to favour the taste and search for truth in art:

a. [B]Classical[/B]..confirm
b. Romantic
c. Victorian
d. Elizabethan
e. None of these

xii. Maud and Inmemoriam were written by

a. Tennyson
b. Keats
c. Pope
d. Shelley
e. [B]None of these[/B]

xiii. Tennyson was porn in

a. 1809
b. 1798
c. [B]1709[/B]
d. 1890
e. None of these

xiv. ___________ has a super abundant wealth of words and superfluous ornaments

a. [B]Hyperbole[/B]
b. Metaphor
c. Rhetoric
d. Overtone
e. None of these

xv. Keats’ aestheticism was later turned into

a. [B]Romanticism[/B]
b. Pre-Raphaelitism
c. Idealism
d. Angilicanism
e. None of these

xvi. _________ is the animating force in the work of C. Bronte

a. Idealism
b. [B]Romanticism[/B]
c. Lyricism
d. Radicalism
e. None of these

xvii. The Wilde Swans at Coole is first great collection of poems of

a. W. Lewis
b. [B]Yeats[/B]
c. E. Sitwell
d. D. H. Lawrence
e. None of these

xviii. T. S. Eliot was born in

a. 1887
b. 1888
c. 1817
d. [B]1870[/B]
e. None of these

xix. Jane Eyre was written by

a. Jane Austen
b. G. Eliot
c. C. Bronte
d. [B]E. Bronte[/B]
e. None of these

xx. Ophelia, Julia , Viola, Imogen are the characters created by

a. Richardson
b. Fielding
c. Hardy
d. [B]Shakespeare[/B]
e. None of these


/QUOTE]

check buddy am i right??? me ne ye paper nae diya...but want to check them

courageneverdies Saturday, June 11, 2011 01:43 AM

These were my answers of which I think are correct.

[CENTER][B]PAPER – II


PART - I[/B][/CENTER]


Q.1: Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet.

i. In Greek tragedy irony and ____________ are fused into one.

[B]a. Allegory[/B]
b. Idealism
c. Imagery
d. Satire
e. None of these

ii. Joseph Andrews was written by

a. Richardson
b. Defoe
[B]c. Fielding[/B]
d. Bunyan
e. None of these

iii. Shakespeare was born in

a. 1570
b. 1601
c. 1547
[B]d. 1564[/B]
e. None of these

iv. ‘The Wheel of Fire’ a criticism was written by

a. Bradley
[B]b. W. Knight[/B]
c. Hazlitt
d. Dryden....guess
e. None of these

v. Kubla Khan was written by

a. Wordsworth
[B]b. Coleridge[/B]
c. Shelley
d. Keats
e. None of these

vi. G. B. Shaw began his literary career first as:

a. Journalist
b. Novelist
c. Dramatist
[B]d. Critic[/B]
e. None of these

vii. W. B. Yeats was born in

a. 1914
b. 1856
[B]c. 1865[/B]
d. 1838
e. None of these

viii. Jane Austen’s Work is transfused with the spirit of

a. Classicism
b. Puritanism
c. Idealism
d. Rationalism
e. None of these

ix. The Waste Land by T. S. Elliot is an

a. Ode
[B]b. Elegy[/B]
c. Allegory
d. Epic
e. None of these

x. Waiting for Godot by S. Beckett was originally written in

a. Italian
b. Spanish
c. German
[B]d. French[/B]
e. None of these

xi. The ________ age tended to favour the taste and search for truth in art:

[B]a. Classical[/B]
b. Romantic
c. Victorian
d. Elizabethan
e. None of these

xii. Maud and Inmemoriam were written by

[B]a. Tennyson[/B]
b. Keats
c. Pope
d. Shelley
e. None of these

xiii. Tennyson was porn in

[B]a. 1809[/B]
b. 1798
c. 1709
d. 1890
e. None of these

xiv. ___________ has a super abundant wealth of words and superfluous ornaments

a. Hyperbole
b. Metaphor
[B]c. Rhetoric[/B]
d. Overtone
e. None of these

xv. Keats’ aestheticism was later turned into

a. Romanticism
[B]b. Pre-Raphaelitism[/B]
c. Idealism
d. Angilicanism
e. None of these

xvi. _________ is the animating force in the work of C. Bronte

a. Idealism
b. Romanticism
c. Lyricism
d. Radicalism
e. None of these

xvii. The Wilde Swans at Coole is first great collection of poems of

a. W. Lewis
[B]b. Yeats[/B]
c. E. Sitwell
d. D. H. Lawrence
e. None of these

xviii. T. S. Eliot was born in

a. 1887
[B]b. 1888[/B]
c. 1817
d. 1870
e. None of these

xix. Jane Eyre was written by

a. Jane Austen
b. G. Eliot
[B]c. C. Bronte[/B]
d. E. Bronte
e. None of these

xx. Ophelia, Julia , Viola, Imogen are the characters created by

a. Richardson
b. Fielding
c. Hardy
[B]d. Shakespeare[/B]
e. None of these

Regards

SADIA SHAFIQ Saturday, June 11, 2011 06:54 AM

T.S eliot wate land is allegory...me sure--elegy to kisi ke marny par likhy jaty he jaisy
2.jane austen belongs to the age of neo classicism ..so her worked transfused into classicism
3.. Pre-Raphaelitism ,stands for classicism so keats in the end becmae classical poet
4.------has a super abundant wealth of words and superfluous ornaments---hyperbole because it stands for superfluousness and exaggeration where as rhetoric is persuasive form of language as one is going to debate ...Quran e pak is its best example...


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