10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers
Nandini's brother was born.....August.
Synecdoche refers to the term-
a thing stands for whole thing
pity and fear
Emperor Jones is authored by.....
Which famous Shakespeare play does the quote ''How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!'' come from?
As You Like It
The Famous History of the Life of King Henry VIII
The Life and Death of King John
The poem 'Small-scale reflections on a Great House' is written by.....
None of the above
Who is Pip's friend in London?
What were the themes covered in elegy in ancient times?
Lamentations for the dead
All of the above
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers is a satire by Byron published in?
What is a poem called whose first letters of each line spell out a word?
Under the Greenwood Tree is a:
Tale of rustic life
Tale of man's destruction of nature
Tale of city life
Tom was engaged to before proposing Becky.
The central theme of Ode on Solitude is..... A life and peace
..... Satisfaction and contentment
sorrow and pain
happiness and joy
None of the above
Any one of the following pairs are literary collaborators-
Eliot and Pound
Yeats and Eliot
Pope and Dryden
Shelley and Keats
What did T. S. Eliot attempt to combine, though not very successfully, in his plays Murder in the Cathedral and The Cocktail Party?
regional dialect and political critique
religious symbolism and society comedy
iambic pentameter and sexual innuendo
witty paradoxes and feminist diatribe
Anatole France is a author.
In which of the following novels does the writer restore fable to a place in English fiction?
The Lord of the Flies
To the Light house
What mock epic begins: ''What dire offence from am'rous causes springs, / What mighty contests rise from trivial things''?
Dryden's ''Mac Flecknoe''
Pope's ''The Rape of the Lock''
Pope's ''The Dunciad''
Dryden's ''Absalom and Achitophel''
How many languages did chaucer know?
'Of Studies' an essay is written by:
None of these
Who is the first woman to win the Man Booker Prize
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