10000 MCQ /questions on English literature questions answers
''Hamlet'' is written by-
The sentence, ''Death, thou shalt not die.'' is an example of.....
Question 2 Explanation:
The sentence, ''Death, thou shalt not die.'' is an example of paradox.
..... does not belong to the New School of Poetry of the Eighteenth century.
Who is the greatest modern English dramatist?
George Bernard Shaw
P. B. Shelly
S. T. Coleridge
Question 4 Explanation:
George Bernard Shaw is the greatest modern English dramatist.
When did Elinor die?
Question 5 Explanation:
Elinor died in 1938.
The roof of the mouth is divided into parts.
In Gerontion the narrator describes himself as.....
When Alfred Lord Tennyson was died?
Question 8 Explanation:
Alfred Lord Tennyson was died in 1892.
William Blake's /Song's of.....' counterbalance his 'Songs of Experience'.
Which one of the following is a comedy?
All's Well that Ends Well
Timon of Athens
Antony and Cleopatra
had imprisoned Ariel into a tree for twelve years.
was aware of Dr. Jekyll's secret.
Sir Danver Crew
Which of the following would be considered postcolonial novelists, defined as coming historically after the era of England's large-scale imperialism?
The line ''she dwells with Beauty-Beauty that must be'' occurs in Keats'
Ode to a Grecian Urn
Ode on Melancholy
Between 1520 and 1550, the population of London:
fell from 375, 00 to barely 100, 000.
doubled from 60, 000 to 120, 000.
doubled from 600, 000 to 1, 200, 000.
The central theme of Major Barbara is
Religion and social problems
war and peace
Ballads were primarily of two types, respectively and.....
authentic ballad and literary ballad
authentic ballad and ancient ballad
literary ballad and classical ballad
None of the above
What London locale, where many poor writers lived, became synonymous with hacks and scandal mongers?
Elephant and Castle
John Keats died of-
drowned in the sea
To which character in Hamlet does the following description apply? ''The tedious wiseacre who meddles his way to his doom.''
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