10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers
''For art's sake alone I would not face the toil of writing a single sentence''. Who said it
T. S. Eliot
G. B. Shaw
Who wrote 'Kubla Khan'?
Who does consider 'love' as a transcending power handling all things into beauty?
The is of classical origin.
None of the above
Edward King had died in the Irish sea in the year
The boy said that his father had left them soon after he was born.
Neither true nor False
None of the above
What does the word 'ravine' mean?
a bird of prey
a wild animal
a small valley
a narrow path
Romantic poets would have enjoyed, agreed with, and perhaps written about which of the following figures as depicted?
Goethe's Faust in Faust, who is sinful because he attempts to exceed the bounds of human knowledge by making a pact with the devil but is nonetheless redeemed in his striving to break free of the bounds of mortality
Icarus, who is killed in attempting to fly because only Gods have the power to fly and mortals must be taught the limitations of human existence
Prometheus, who succeeds in stealing fire from the Gods and thereby surpasses the limitations placed on humans by the Gods
A and C only: Romantics were more interested in representations of humans as they were able to exceed their human limitations.
Marlowe's poem 'The Passionate Shepherd to His Love' begins with the line ''Come live with me and be my love''; which other English author wrote a famous poem beginning with this line?
''Brevity is the soul of wit'' the quotation is from-
Who is associated with the idea of 'decorum' in poetry
Earthly rewards and punishments in proportion to the virtue or vice of characters is called justice.
There are sections in 'Tintern Abbey'.
Following parliament's victory in the civil war, Milton was appointed to a position in Cromwell's government in 1649. What was his title?
Secretary to the Admiralty
Secretary for Foreign Tongues
Writers of 1890s like concentrated upon the beauties of an elaborated prose style and themes in their stories.
H. E. Bates
The Age of Pope is also called.....
The Augustan Age
Age of Sensibility
What did the man like about the girl intially?
The sound of her bangles
Her voice and the sound of her slippers
Her concern for her parents
Her indifference to his blindness
An exhortatory speech, usually delivered to a crowd to incite them to some action is:
''not of an age, but for all time''-was told about Shakespeare by whom?
Rajan struggled..... freedom.
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