10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers
Milton's is an elegy on the death of a learned friend Edward King.
On His Blindness
When was Charles Dickens's novel David Copperfield published?
Mr. Hardcastle had a likeness for everything that is.....
Which of these book is not written by Swift?
Rape of the Lock
The Conduct of Allies
The Battle of the Books
Viola falls in love with.....
To where Walton's expedition was headed when he meets the gigantic figure and the emaciated Victor?
According to Aristotle Ethos and Dionoia are?
The tragic and discursive elements
The tragic and melodramatic elements
The moral element and the intellectual element
The immoral elements and conjectural elements.
All of above
When I was going out, some guests.....
are dropping in
What did the God put in the mother's mouth?
The taste of manna from heaven
A great deal of complaints and grievances
Words of advice for the white population
A song and a prayer
With which poet did S. T. Coleridge founded the Romantic movement in English Literature?
Elizabeth is a character from Jane Austen's:
Pride and Prejudice
Arthur Clarke is known as-
a science fiction writer
a modern dramatist
a famous English Novelist
A short story writer
What had been done to the two roads by those passing?
Worn them equally
Made hoof marks with their horses
Strewn them with litter
Plucked all the flowers alongside
What is literature?
writing about society
reflection of society
What is Mrs. Moore's fate?
she is charged with obstruction of justice
she dies on a boat
she fights for Aziz's innocence
she is blackmailed by Indians
What was the name of the old man that Hughie met at Trevor's studio?
Monsieur Gustav Naudin
Baron Georges Ramponneau
What served as the inspiration for Percy Bysshe Shelley's poems to the working classes A Song: Men of England and England in 1819?
the organization of a working class men's choral group in Southern England
the Battle of Waterloo
the Peterloo Massacre
the first Reform Bill, passed in 1832, which aimed to bring greater Parliamentary representation to the working classes
When every member of the king's domestic and political systems moved smoothly in its appointed course, how did the king behave?
He was barbaric and ruthless
He was calm and genial.
He was pompous and angry
He was loving and progressive
The phrase 'trunk less legs' in the poem 'Ozymandias' refers to.....
legs without toes
legs without body
Question 20 Explanation:
The phrase 'trunk less legs' in the poem 'Ozymandias' refers to legs without body.
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