10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers
Keats belong to.....
Question 1 Explanation:
Keats belong to Nineteenth century.
The term classical literature refers to the literature written in ancient.....
France and Germany
Greece and Rome
Russia and China
India and Pakistan
Poetics deals with many more problems of
Comedy deals with
None of the above
Where was the chimney stack on the roof located?
In the front.
In the rear.
Over the terrace.
Down the chimney pipe.
'The Flea' by John Donne is.....
a romantic poem
a religious poem
Question 6 Explanation:
'The Flea' by John Donne is a religious poem.
.....is the legitimate heir to the earl of Gloucester.
Which of the following factors did not contribute to the growth of the reading public in this period?
The notoriety of the Lake School
Technological developments, such as the steam-driven printing press
Innovations in retailing, such as the cut-price sale of remaindered books
Increased literacy, thanks in large part to Sunday schools
The Poet Laureate is-
the best poet of the country
a winner of Noble Prize in Poetry
the court poet of England
a classical poet
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?
women's rights and suffrage
the prudishness and old-fashioned ideals of her fellow Victorians
What do you mean by Phonetics?
study of speech sounds
study of language and rules
study of insects
study of meaning and syntax
'To the Lighthouse' and 'A Room of one's Own' written by-
Why didn't Alexander Pope attend an English university?
He lived in Italy until the age of 27
Asthma, headaches, and spinal deformity made him an invalid
He was a Catholic, and therefore forbidden from attending
He just wasn't bright enough
is the greatest novel of Henry Fielding.
Which of the following is Dryden's First play?
All For Love
The Wild Gallant
The Rival Ladies
What is the term Fiction?
an imaginative writing
What did the picnickers have, that attracted Binya?
A Blue Box
A Blue Umbrella
A Blue Basket
None of the above
I am too much in the sun in ''Hamlet'' is spoken by:
The word ''Jacobean'' is derived from the..... name Jacob, which is the original form of the English name James.
Samaritan Hebrew language
Which of the following works Hughie Erskine did not try to earn his living from
work as a professional jester
bork at the tock Exchange
work as a wine merchant
work as a tea merchant
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