English literature solved MCQ online quiz 79

By | September 13, 2018

10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers

Question 1
In which way Elizabethan theater promoted the development of the English Language?
A
By writing unconventional plays
B
By popularizing stories from historical sources and creating engaging comedies, tragedies and romances
C
By imitating Greek and Latin literature
D
By copying French comedies, tragedies and romances.
Question 2
Who tell Amal that ''Time has not still come''?
A
Madhav
B
Dairyman
C
Watchman
D
None of the above
Question 3
Which king began a war to enforce his claims to the throne of France in 1336?
A
Henry II
B
Henry III
C
Henry V
D
Edward III
Question 4
Who is the villain in ''Hamlet''?
A
Horatio
B
Iago
C
Claudius
D
None of these
Question 5
What was the only voice they heard in the darkness of the night?
A
the scream of vultures
B
the chirp of crickets
C
the squeak of mice
D
the buzz of mosquitoes
Question 6
The blue tie..... with your suit.
A
go well with
B
goes well with
C
going well with
D
gone well
Question 7
Which angel wields a large sword in the battle and wounds Satan?
A
Michael
B
Abdiel
C
Uriel
D
Satan is not injured
Question 8
Tennyson's 'In Memoriam' is a /an-
A
elegy
B
sonnet
C
ballad
D
lyric
Question 9
Shakespeare's early work was composed in Blank Verse.
A
The Tempest
B
The Winter's tale
C
Titus Andronicus
D
Cymbeline
Question 10
Which of the following is not a kind of tone?
A
A falling tone
B
A rising tone
C
A falling-rising tone
D
A running tone
Question 11
''Epipsychidion'' is composed by?
A
Coleridge
B
Wordsworth
C
Keats
D
Shclley
Question 12
Arms and the Man, Candida and Man and Super Man are written by:
A
Shaw
B
Butler
C
Moris
D
Wells
Question 13
To which of the following poetic genres does ''In Memoriam'' belong?
A
Epic
B
Sonnet
C
Ballad
D
Elegy
Question 14
'The Rape of the Lock' is a/an-
A
Epic
B
Comedy
C
Poem
D
Novel
Question 15
Wordsworth's Poetry always reflects:
A
The creation of abstract concepts
B
An endorsement of the scientific tradition
C
The creation of an original philosophy
D
An examination of extraneous matters
Question 16
The relation between the protagonist and the is usually one of conflict.
A
author
B
hero
C
heroine
D
antagonist
Question 17
Dickens sprang to fame with a publication of:
A
Hard Times
B
David Copperfield
C
Pickwick Papers d... Great Expectations
D
none of these
Question 18
The 'Merchant of Venice' Written by Shakespeare is
A
A novel
B
a short story
C
a poem
D
a drama
Question 19
'Earth is the right place for Love and I do not know where it is likely to go better.' These lines are from:
A
The Road Not Taken
B
Fire and Ice
C
Birches
D
None of these
Question 20
What best describes the subject of most Victorian novels?
A
the representation of a large and comprehensive social world in realistic detail
B
a surrealist exploration of alternate states of consciousness
C
a mythic dream world
D
a and d
There are 20 questions to complete.

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