English literature solved MCQ online quiz 151

By | September 13, 2018

10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers

Question 1
Keats belong to.....
A
Eighteenth century
B
Nineteenth century
C
Seventeenth century
D
Eighteenth century
Question 1 Explanation: 
Keats belong to Nineteenth century.
Question 2
The term classical literature refers to the literature written in ancient.....
A
France and Germany
B
Greece and Rome
C
Russia and China
D
India and Pakistan
Question 3
Poetics deals with many more problems of
A
Rhetoric
B
Literature
C
Art
D
Diction
Question 4
Comedy deals with
A
sadness
B
tears
C
laughter
D
None of the above
Question 5
Where was the chimney stack on the roof located?
A
In the front.
B
In the rear.
C
Over the terrace.
D
Down the chimney pipe.
Question 6
'The Flea' by John Donne is.....
A
a romantic poem
B
an Elegy
C
a religious poem
D
an Ode
Question 6 Explanation: 
'The Flea' by John Donne is a religious poem.
Question 7
.....is the legitimate heir to the earl of Gloucester.
A
Edmund
B
Edgar
C
Regan
D
Tom
Question 8
Which of the following factors did not contribute to the growth of the reading public in this period?
A
The notoriety of the Lake School
B
Technological developments, such as the steam-driven printing press
C
Innovations in retailing, such as the cut-price sale of remaindered books
D
Increased literacy, thanks in large part to Sunday schools
Question 9
The Poet Laureate is-
A
the best poet of the country
B
a winner of Noble Prize in Poetry
C
the court poet of England
D
a classical poet
Question 10
Elizabeth Barrett's poem The Cry of the Children is concerned with which major issue attendant on the Time of Troubles during the 1830s and 1840s?
A
women's rights and suffrage
B
child labor
C
chartism
D
the prudishness and old-fashioned ideals of her fellow Victorians
Question 11
What do you mean by Phonetics?
A
study of speech sounds
B
study of language and rules
C
study of insects
D
study of meaning and syntax
Question 12
'To the Lighthouse' and 'A Room of one's Own' written by-
A
Virginia Woolf
B
Charlotte Bronte
C
J.M. Synage
D
None
Question 13
Why didn't Alexander Pope attend an English university?
A
He lived in Italy until the age of 27
B
Asthma, headaches, and spinal deformity made him an invalid
C
He was a Catholic, and therefore forbidden from attending
D
He just wasn't bright enough
Question 14
is the greatest novel of Henry Fielding.
A
Pamela
B
Robinson Crusoe
C
Tom Jones
D
Gulliver's Travels
Question 15
Which of the following is Dryden's First play?
A
All For Love
B
The Wild Gallant
C
The Rival Ladies
D
Tyrannick Love
Question 16
What is the term Fiction?
A
a poem
B
a prose
C
an imaginative writing
D
a story
Question 17
What did the picnickers have, that attracted Binya?
A
A Blue Box
B
A Blue Umbrella
C
A Blue Basket
D
None of the above
Question 18
I am too much in the sun in ''Hamlet'' is spoken by:
A
Polonius
B
Claudius
C
Hamlet
D
Ophelia
Question 19
The word ''Jacobean'' is derived from the..... name Jacob, which is the original form of the English name James.
A
Samaritan Hebrew language
B
Biblical Hebrew
C
Mishnaic Hebrew
D
Hebrew language
Question 20
Which of the following works Hughie Erskine did not try to earn his living from
A
work as a professional jester
B
bork at the tock Exchange
C
work as a wine merchant
D
work as a tea merchant
There are 20 questions to complete.

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