English literature solved MCQ online quiz 41

By | September 13, 2018

10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers

Question 1
Tom returns home from the island to.....
A
inform Muff Potter that he was alive
B
inform Becky that he was alive
C
inform his aunt that he was alive
D
inform Injun Joe that he was alive
Question 2
Following are the characters of: Apemantus, Alcibiades, Flavius, Lucullus, Sempronius
A
Coriolanus
B
Cymbeline
C
Timon of Athens
D
Winter's tale
Question 3
What is the name of the Headman?
A
Panchanan
B
Panchratnam
C
Panchmurti
D
None of the above
Question 4
The title Vanity Fair has been taken from:
A
Divine Comedy
B
Utopia
C
Paradise Lost
D
Pilgrims Progress
Question 5
At the end of the play Amal,
A
falls asleep
B
dies
C
meets the king
D
None of the above
Question 6
Radha's heart was shaken by:
A
The rocking boat
B
The sight of her beloved
C
The laughter of her beloved
D
The answer of the forest glade
Question 7
Hyperion is a/an..... poem
A
Elegy
B
Epic
C
Lyric
D
None of these
Question 8
The man was keen that the girl learns about his blindness.
A
True
B
False
C
Neither true nor False
D
None of the above
Question 9
Who is the writer of the poem 'Fra Lippo Lippi'?
A
Robertf Browning
B
Wordsworth
C
William Shakespeare
D
Milton
Question 9 Explanation: 
Robert Browning is the writer of the poem 'Fra Lippo Lippi'.
Question 10
Where was Hamlet studying before he returned to Denmark?
A
Wittenberg
B
Oslo
C
London
D
Dublin
Question 11
Sylvia Plath married which English poet?
A
Masefield
B
Causley
C
Hughes
D
Larkin
Question 12
What does the weary warbler that lands on Santiago's fishing line make the old man think of?
A
The probability that he, like the bird, will never make it back to land
B
The predatory hawks that await the bird's arrival near land
C
The hidden strength of the weak
D
The beauty of the natural world
Question 13
Coleridge's famous Ode to Dejection was published in.....
A
1801
B
1800
C
1802
D
1803
Question 14
Elizabethan England was largely rural, with the majority of its population living in the verdant countryside Towns and cities, however, were growing--and the most prominent of all was London. While Londoners were considered wealthy and arrogant, the city was begrimed, filthy, and infested with vermin. Where did people primarily dispose of their trash and wastes?
A
Dump sites in the nearby country
B
The streets
C
The underground drains
D
Designated ''trash'' areas
Question 15
Shakespeare''s father died in:
A
1600
B
1601
C
1602
D
1603
Question 16
When did Edgar Allan Poe die?
A
October 10, 1858
B
October 7, 1849
C
January 2, 1847
D
December 4, 1879
Question 17
At the masque, recognizes Romeo's voice as that of a Montague.
A
Tybalt
B
Paris
C
Nurse
D
Lord Capulet
Question 18
Don Juan is an ironic replica of the very subject of:
A
Childe Harolde
B
Queen Mab
C
Prometheus
D
The Recluse
Question 19
'The Vicar of Wakefield' is written by.....
A
Oliver Goldsmith
B
Henry Fielding
C
Laurence Sterne
D
Tobias Smollett
Question 20
Which best describes the imagist movement, exemplified in the work of T. E. Hulme and Ezra Pound?
A
a poetic aesthetic vainly concerned with the way words appear on the page
B
an effort to rid poetry of romantic fuzziness and facile emotionalism, replacing it with a precision and clarity of imagery
C
an attention to alternate states of consciousness and uncanny imagery
D
the resurrection of Romantic poetic sensibility
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