10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers
What is the rhyme scheme of Spenser's Sonnet No.-75?
ABCD EGHI JKLM XX
ABAB BCBC CDCD EE
ABBA ABBA CDEC DE
ABAB CDCD EFEF GG
Which one of the common idiomatic phrases belongs to The King James Bible?
A Penny for your thoughts
Action speaks louder than word
Salt of the earth,
Blessing in disguise
'Romeo and Juliet' is a/an-
Why was Mathilde in a hurry to leave when the ball ended?
She was very tired
She was sick after dancing so much.
She was embarrassed to be seen in the modest wrap over the elegant ball dress.
She afraid of being locked in.
Widow Douglas is saved by.....
Who wrote the Preface to the Plays of Shakespeare?
What is the stated subject of Paradise Lost?
The fight between good and evil
Heaven's battle and Satan's tragic fall
The creation of the universe
Adam and Eve's disobedience
The Donkey is called ''the nightingale of brutes by.....
Appannna comes home only for.....
None of the above
Priestley says that is not a sin.
Identify the poet, whom Queen Victoria, regarded as the perfect poet of 'love and loss'-
Who was pronounced Othello's successor after his death?
Catharsis refers to the term-
characters in play
animals in play
sympathy to others
arouse of pity and fear
'Ophelia' is an important character in the Shakespearean play?
Question 14 Explanation:
'Ophelia' is an important character in the Shakespearean play Hamlet.
In English the continual variation in accented-unaccented syllables create-
a musical effect
a horror effect
a circular effect
none of the above
is an impertinent and extremely talkative neighbour of Patel family who brings the strain of humour in the play.
Which statement about the Earth is asserted as true in Paradise Lost?
It was created before God the Son
Earth hangs from Heaven by a chain
The Earth is a lotus flower
The Earth revolves around the sun
is the old blind woman in Naga mandala story.
Who wrote The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, a novel that abandons clock time for psychological time?
Who was a blind poet
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