10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers
Antonio conspired against Prospero along with the King of Naples.
The main and basic point of the poem Lucy Gray is.....
None of the above
In 'The Ancient Mariner' is one of the important parts of the poem.
Virginia Woolf was associated with which published the work of advanced thinkers.
Jack Worthing is a character created by:
none of these
'All good poetry is spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings' who made this statement?
None of these
Why is Macduff able to kill Macbeth despite the witches' prophecy?
He kills the witches first.
He receives a charm from Grinswindle.
He is a powerful warlock himself.
He was born by cesarean section.
The term 'moor' used in the subtitle of the play has been interpreted as which of the following words:
Which is called the Golden Period of English Literature?
..... is the place where Young Marlow meets Tony Lumpkin for the first time.
The Three Pigeons
The first regular English comedy, based on the model of the Latin comedy, is attributed to?
None of the above
Pulitzer Prize was first awarded in the year
Who is the composer of 'Paradise Lost'?
S. T. Coleridge
Question 13 Explanation:
John Milton is the composer of 'Paradise Lost'.
Who pondered, ''How such united force of gods, how such As stood like these, could ever know repulse?''?
In whose memory did John Milton write Methought I saw my late espoused saint?
What is the title of the first chapter?
Griffin arrives Iping
The hunter hunted
Mr.Marvel's visit to Iping
The Invisible Man loses his temper
Who is known for his theory of psycho-analysis?
The donkey is a/an.....
Shaffer's play 'The Royal Hunt of the Sun' is set in.....
According to Aristotle
a likely improbability is always preferable to an unconvincing probability.
a likely improbability is always preferable to an unlikely probability.
a likely improbability is always preferable to an unconvincing possibility.
a likely possibility is always preferable to a convincing impossibility.
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