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1. The phrase “Fair is foul” is associated

4. Chaucer’s pilgrims were going to the

with :

   

shrine of :

(A)

The Alchemist

(A)

St. Thomas à Beckett

(B)

Macbeth

(B)

St. Peter

(C)

The Malcontent

(C)

St. Michael

(D)

The Broken Heart

(D)

St. George

2. Helen appears in :

 

5. “To His Coy Mistress” is by :

   

(A)

Donne

(A)

Dr Faustus

 
   

(B)

Quarles

(B)

The Spanish Tragedy

 
   

(C)

Herbert

(C)

Women Beware Women

 
   

(D)

Marvell

(D)

The Duchess of Malfi

 
 

6. Dryden’s An Essay of Dramatic Poesy

3. Ferdinand is a character in :

 

was first published in :

(A)

The Tempest

(A)

1582

(B)

The White Devil

(B)

1668

(C)

A Women Killed with Kindness

(C)

1821

(D)

A New Way to Pay Old Debts

(D)

1764

 
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7. Which of the following works by

10. The Yahoos feature in :

Milton is an elegy ?

(A)

The Marriage of Heaven and

(A)

Samson Agonistes

Hell

(B)

Lycidas

(B)

Gulliver’s Travels

(C)

Paradise Regained

(C)

A Journal of the Plague Year

 

(D)

The Vicar of Wakefield

(D)

Il Penseroso

 
 

11. Which one of the following poets

8. Which of the following works was

wrote in an antique vocabulary

written by Bacon ?

going back three centuries ?

(A)

The Anatomy of Melancholy

(A)

Blake

(B)

The Advancement of Learning

(B)

Cowper

 

(C)

Gray

(C)

Utopia

 
 

(D)

Chatterton

(D)

The Courtier

 
 

12. Which of the following poets wrote

9. Ben Jonson is known for :

in the Scottish Dialect ?

(A)

The comedy of manners

(A)

Sir Walter Scott

(B)

The comedy of humours

(B)

Robert Burns

(C)

Sentimental comedy

(C)

William Blake

(D)

Pastoral comedy

(D)

George Crabbe

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13. “The Vanity of Human Wishes” is

16. The Biblical character that figures in Keats’s “Ode to a Nightingale” is :

(A)

Ahab

by

:

(A)

Thackeray

 

(B)

Fielding

(B)

Susanna

 

(C)

Johnson

(C)

Ruth

(D)

Goldsmith

(D)

Mary Magdalene

 

14. Pope’s

Satires and

Epistles are

17. Which of the following is an autobiographical poem ?

imitations of :

(A)

Horace

(A)

‘The

Rime

of

the

Ancient

(B)

Virgil

Mariner’

 

(C)

Homer

(B)

‘The Eve of St. Agnes’

(D)

Juvenal

(C)

The Prelude

 
 

(D)

Don Juan

15. Which of the following works is NOT

 

by Jane Austen ?

 

18. “Ode To The West Wind” was written by :

(A)

Sense and Sensibility

 

(A)

Shelley

 

(B)

Northanger Abbey

   
 

(B)

Keats

(C)

Rebecca

   
 

(C)

Byron

(D)

Emma

 

(D)

Southey

 

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19. Coleridge’s Biographia Literaria is

22. “Poetry is a criticism of life”, says :

a

reply

to

:

 

(A)

Philip Sidney

 

(A)

Shelley’s Defence of Poetry

   

(B)

Lamb’s Tales From Shakespeare

(B)

Matthew Arnold

 

(C)

Wordsworth’s ‘Preface’ to Lyrical Ballads

The

(C)

Willian Wordsworth

 

(D)

S.T. Coleridge

 

(D)

Johnson’s

Preface

to

23. Michael Henchard is a character

Shakespeare

 
 

in

:

20. The title

Far From The Madding

 

Crowd is taken from :

 

(A)

Richardson’s Clarissa

 

(A)

Pope’s Rape of the Lock

(B)

Fanny Burney’s

Evelina

(B)

Gray’s ‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard’

(C)

Hardy’s

The

Mayor

of

Casterbridge

 

(C)

Dryden’s Religio Laici

 

(D)

George Eliot’s Middlemarch

(D)

Cowper’s The Task

24. “Porphyria’s Lover” by Robert

21. Which of the following works is NOT by Gerard Manley Hopkins ?

Browning is :

 

(A)

an ode

(A)

The Dynasts

   

(B)

“God’s Grandeur”

 

(B)

a ballad

(C)

“Pied Beauty”

 

(C)

a dramatic monologue

 

(D)

“Felix Randal”

(D)

an elegy

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25. Auden’s “Musée des Beaux Arts”

28. The term “epiphany” is particularly

associated with :

 

contains a reference to the legend of :

(A)

Charles Dickens

 

(A)

Hercules

(B)

Theodore Dreiser

(B)

Icarus

(C)

James Joyce

(C)

Atlas

(D)

Margaret Mitchell

 

(D)

Oedipus

29. “In the room the women come and go

26. “The best lack all conviction, while the worst

Talking

of

Michelangelo”

is

Are full of passionate intensity” occurs in a poem by :

from :

 

(A)

The Waste Land

 

(A)

Ezra Pound

(B)

“The Love Song of J. Alfred

(B)

W.B. Yeats

Prufrock”

(C)

W.H. Auden

(C)

“The Hollow Men”

 

(D)

T.S. Eliot

(D)

“The Journey of the Magi”

 

30. Crow is

a book of poems by :

27. “Little Gidding” forms a part of :

 

(A)

Ted Hughes

(A)

The Prelude

 
 

(B)

Philip Larkin

 

(B)

Don Juan

 
 

(C)

e e cummings

 

(C)

Four Quartets

 
 

(D)

Kingsley Amis

 

(D)

Caliban Upon Setebos

 

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31. Which of the following is NOT a

34. The author of Clockwork Orange is :

dystopia ?

 

(A)

Doris Lessing

 

(A)

Animal Farm

(B)

Anthony Burgess

 

(B)

Brave New World

(C)

Iris Murdoch

 

(C)

1984

(D)

Angela Carter

(D)

The Way of All Flesh

35. The title Midnight’s Children relates

32. Which of the following playwrights

to :

has reworked material from Hamlet

(A)

1857

in one of

his plays ?

 
 

(B)

1947

(A)

Tom Stoppard

 
 

(C)

1965

(B)

John Whiting

 
 

(D)

1971

(C)

Terence Rattigan

 
 

36. Celie

is

a

character

in

Alice

(D)

Christopher Fry

Walker’s :

 

33. William Golding is the author of :

(A)

The Colour Purple

 

(A)

The Coral Island

(B)

The

Third

Life

of

Grant

(B)

Lucky Jim

Copeland

 

(C)

The Inheritors

(C)

The Temple of My Familiars

(D)

After the Fall

(D)

Meridian

 

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37. Who amongst the following was a

40. A Dance of the Forests is a play by :

“Transcendentalist” ?

(A)

Chinua Achebe

(A)

Emerson

 
 

(B)

Wole Soyinka

(B)

Mark Twain

 
 

(C)

Gloria Naylor

(C)

Hawthorne

 
 

(D)

Richard Wright

(D)

Dreiser

 

38. Ramaswami is the central character

41. Which of the following belongs to the

in

:

school of New Criticism ?

(A)

Kanthapura

(A)

Cleanth Brooks

(B)

The Serpent and the Rope

(B)

John Dryden

(C)

The Cat and Shakespeare

(C)

Murray Krieger

(D)

Comrade Kirillov

(D)

W.H. Auden

39. Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s

42. Structuralism owes its origin to :

Tale

is :

 

(A)

Jacques Lacan

(A)

A romantic novel

 

(B)

A dystopian novel

(B)

Noam Chomsky

(C)

a novel using magic realism

(C)

Ferdinand de Saussure

(D)

a picaresque novel

(D)

Homi Bhabha

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43. Which of the following is NOT a feminist writer ?

 

47. The Spenserian stanza has :

 

(A)

Héléne Cixous

(A)

Six lines

(B)

Kate Millett

(B)

Seven lines

 

(C)

Eight lines

(C)

Elaine Showalter

(D)

Nine lines

(D)

Barbara Cartland

 

44. The term ‘Apocryphal’ refers to :

48. Which of the following is an example of Synecdoche ?

(A)

Works wrongly attributed to an author

(A)

‘The fair breeze blew, the white foam flew’

(B)

Minor works of an author

(B)

‘Give us this day our daily bread’

(C)

Lost works of an author

(C)

‘A little more than Kin, and less than Kind’

(D)

Collaborative work done by an author

(D)

45. “Is There a Text in This Class ?” is written by ?

‘A little learning is a dangerous thing’

49. What is the basic metre of the following line ?

(A)

Paul Ricoeur

‘And the sheen of their spears was like stars on the sea.”

(B)

J. Hillis Miller

(C)

Julia Kristeva

(A)

iambic

(D)

Stanley Fish

(B)

trochee

46. Eliot’s phrase ‘objective correlative’ occurs in his essay on :

(C)

dactyl

(D)

anapaest

 

50. The

rhyme

scheme

of

the

(A)

Metaphysical poets

Shakespearean sonnet is :

 

(B)

Hamlet

(A)

abba abba cdcdcd

(C)

‘Tradition and the Individual Talent’

(B)

abab cdcd efefgg

(C)

abab bcbc cdcdee

(D)

‘Milton’

(D)

abab abab abcabc

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