Victorian Age

 

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Victorian Age

Question 1
Which of the following authors promoted versions of socialism?
A
William Morris
B
John Ruskin
C
Edward FitzGerald
D
all but C

Question 2
Heathcliff is a character from
A
Emma
B
Jane Eyre
C
Vanity Fair
D
Wuthering Heights

Question 3
Who was the leader of Pre-Raphaelite group of artists in England?
A
D.G Rossetti
B
Swinburne
C
Christina Rossetti
D
Morris

Question 4
The Charge of the Light Bridge is a poem by
A
D.G Rossetti
B
Leigh Hunt
C
Tennyson
D
Arnold

Question 5
Which of the following Victorian writers regularly published their work in periodicals?
A
Thomas Carlyle
B
Matthew Arnold
C
Charles Dickens
D
all of the above.

Question 6
What did Victorian journalists mean by terming certain women \ surplus\ or \ redundant\?
A
They remained unmarried due to a population imbalance between the sexes.
B
Their willingness to work for low wages resulted in a surplus of textiles, causing them to drop in price.
C
They were women writers who wrote frequently about similar topics.
D
They prostituted themselves as a way to make money in a market economy that didn't provide extensive job opportunities to women.

Question 7
Experimentation in which of the following areas of poetic expression characterize Victorian poetry and allow Victorian poets to represent psychology in a different way?
A
the use of pictorial description to construct visual images to represent the emotion or situation of the poem
B
sound as a means to express meaning
C
perspective, as in the dramatic monologue
D
all of the above

Question 8
Which of the following comic playwrights made fun of Victorian values and pretensions?
A
W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
B
George Bernard Shaw
C
Robert Corrigan
D
all but C

Question 9
George Eliot's novel Romola is a:
A
Gothic novel
B
Autobiographical novel
C
Historical novel
D
Picaresque novel

Question 10
Vanity Fair is a novel by:
A
Jane Austin
B
Dickens
C
Emily Bronte
D
Thackery
There are 10 questions to complete.

 

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