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1) Who belongs to the Absurd School of Drama?
(a) Shaw (b) Beckett (c) Pinter
(d) Eliot (e) None of these

2) To the Light House” is written by:
(a) Lawrence (b) Dylan Thomas (c) Hemingway
(d) Forster  (e) None of these

3) I am too much in the sun in “Hamlet” is spoken by:
(a) Polonius  (b) Claudius  (c) Hamlet
(d) Ophelia  (e) None of these

4) “Ullyses” is written by:
(a) James Joyce  (b) Virginia Woolf  (c) Hardy
(d) Forster  (e) None of these

5) Elizabeth is a character from Jane Austen’s:
(a) Emma  (b) Pride and Prejudice  (c) Mansfield Palck
(d) Northanger Abby  (e) None of these

6) “Tear Idle Tears” is a poem by:
(a) Frost (b) Browning  (c) Yeats
(d) Eliot (e) None of these

7) “Thought Fox” is written by:
(a) Ted Hughes  (b) Philip Larkin (c) Heaney
(d) Sylvia Plath  (e) None of these

8) “Major Barbra” is written by:
(a) Beckett  (b) Pinter (c) Eliot
(d) Shaw  (e) None of these

9) Lilliput is a character from:
(a) Gulliver’s Travels (b) Pygmalion  (c) Sons & lovers
(d) Old man and the sea (e) None of these

10) “Fire and Ice” is written by:
(a) Eliot (b) Yeats (c) Frost
(d) Auden (e) None of these
11) Swift belong to:
(a) Renassiance period (b) Restoration (c) Romantic period
(d) Augustan age (e) None of these

12) The Novel of Lawrence banned by the government was:
(a) Sons and Lovers (b) Lady Chatterley’s Lover (c) Women in Love
(d) The Rainbow  (e) None of these

13) “Undo this Button” is a line from Shakespeare’s:
(a) Hamlet (b) Othello  (c) King Lear
(d) Julius Caeser  (e) None of these

14) “Ode to Psyche” is a poem by:
(a) Milton  (b) Byron (c) Keats
(d) Blake (e) None of these

15) “I am no Prince Hamlet” is a line written by:
(a) Shakespeare  (b) Yeats (c) Eliot
(d) Auden (e) None of these

16) “Things fall apart” is a line from Yeats’s:
(a) Among School Children (b) Byzentium  (c) Sailing to Byzentium
(d) The Second coming  (e) None of these

17) “Good flences make good neighbours” is from Frosts’:
(a) Revelation  (b) Mending  (c) Pasture
(d) Birches  (e) None of these

18) ‘April is the Cruelest month of all is taken from Eliot’s:
(a) The Wasteland  (b) The Hollow men (c) East Coker
(d) Prufrock  (e) None of these

19) “A Farewell to Arms” is written by:
(a) Faulkner  (b) Hemmingway  (c) James Joyce
(d) Virginia Woolf  (e) None of these

20) “A passage to India” is written by:
(a) Forester  (b) Conrad  (c) Lawrence
(d) Hardy (e) None of these

21) “Ode to West Wind was written by:
(a) Keats (b) Shelley (c) Byron
(d) Blake (e) None of these

22) Keats was born in:
(a) 1770 (b) 1779 (c) 1795
(d) 1790 (e) None of these

23. Dream Children was written by:
(a) Leigh Hunt (b) Charles Lamb (c) Hazzlit
(d) Ruskin (e) None of these

24) “Picture of Dorian Gray” was written by:
(a) Oscar Wild  (b) Dickens (c) Hardy
(d) George Eliot (e) None of these

25) Ruskin belonged to:
(a) Romantic age (b) Modern age (c) Victorian age
(d) Augustan age (e) None of these

26) Wordsworth lived from:
(a) 1770 – 1832  (b) 1775 – 1859  (c) 1770 – 1850
(d) 1770 – 1802  (e) None of these

27) Heroes and Hero Worship” was written by:
(a) Mill (b) Carlyle (c) Macaulay
(d) Coleridge (e) None of these

28) “Fair Seed time had my Soul” is from:
(a) Ode to autumn (b) To a Highland girl (c) Ancient Mariner
(d) Child Harold’s Pilgrimage  (e) None of these

29) “Great Expectations” was written by:
(a) George Eliot (b) Thackeray (c) Hardy
(d) Dickens (e) None of these

30) “Lotus Eaters” is written by:
(a) Tennyson (b) Browning (c) Mathew Arnold
(d) Hardy (e) None of these

31) Lamb, Leigh Haut and Hazzlit are:
(a) Poets (b) Dramatists (c) Essayists
(d) Novelists (e) None of these

32) “My Last Duchess” was written by:
(a) Keats (b) Coleridge (c) Tennyson
(d) Browning (e) None of these

33) Emity Bronte is the writer of:
(a) Wuthering Heights (b) Emma (c) Under the greenwood Tree
(d) Mr Chips (e) None of these

34) “Poetry is a spontaneous overflow of powerful feeling” is a definition of poetry by:
(a) Keats (b) Wordsworth (c) Shelley
(d) Coleridge (e) None of these

35) “Heard Melodies are sweet but those unheard are sweeter” is a line from:
(a) Ode on a Grecian Urn (b) Ode to a nightingale  (c) The Prelude
(d) Ode to Autumn (e) None of these

36) “Waverley” was written by:
(a) Scott (b) Hardy (c) Jane Austen
(d) Dickens  (e) None of these

(37) “We are Seven” is written by:
(a) Keats (b) Shelly  (c) Byron
(d) Hardy  (e) None of these

38) “Past and present” is written by:
(a) Mill (b) Lamb (c) Hazlitt
(d) Carlyle  (e) None of these

39) “Modern Painters” is written by:
(a) Ruskin  (b) Carlyle  (c) Mill
(d) Macaulay  (e) None of these

40) “Byron is the” writer of:
(a) Don Jaun  (b) Prometheus Unbound (c) Adonias
(d) Lucy Gray (e) None of these

41  In Shakespeare’s Tragedies Character is not Destiny but there is Character and Destiny is a
remark by:
(a) Nicoll (b) Goddord (c) Bradley
(d) Coleridge (e) None of these

42  “How came he dead? I shall not be juggled with: Tohell allegiance! Vows, to the blackest devil!
Is a speech in Hamlet spoken by:
(a) Hamlet (b) Laertes (c) Polonius
(d) Claudius (e) None of these

43)  Aspect of the Novel is written by:
(a) David Cecil (b) Walter Allen (c) Arnold Kettle
(d) E.M. Forster (e) None of these

44)  Lotos Eaters is a poem by:
(a) Browning (b) Tennyson (c) Yeats
(d) Frost (e) None of these

45)  ‘The Hollow Men’ is written by:
(a) T.S. Eliot (b) Ezra Pound (c) Yeats
(d) Larkin (e) None of these

46)  William Faulkner was awarded Nobel Prize for literature in:
(a) 1949 (b) 1950 (c) 1951
(d) 1953 (e) None of these

47)  G.B. Shaw was awarded Nobel Prize for literature in:
(a) 1925 (b) 1929 (c) 1930
(d) 1949 (e) None of these

48  ‘The Winding Stair’ is written by:
(a) Ted Hughes (b) T.S. Eliot (c) W.B. Yeats
(d) W.H. Auden (e) None of these

49)  ‘Murder in the Cathedral’ is a play written by:
(a) Shakespeare (b) Marlowe (c) Oscar Wilde
(d) T.S. Eliot (e) None of these

50)  ‘The Rainbow’ is a novel written by:
(a) Hemingway (b) Virginia Woolf (c) E.M. Forster
(d) D.H. Lawrence (e) None of these  Download The Answer Key

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