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English Literature:

 Father of English novel---------------------------------------Henry Fielding> Daniel Defoe.

 Father of English poem---------------------------------------Geoffrey Chaucer.
 Poet of poets---------------------------------------------------Edmund Spenser.
 Famous mock heroic poet in English literature-------------Alexander Pope.
 English epic poet----------------------------------------------John Milton.
 Both a poet and a painter--------------------------------------Blake.
 Poet of nature in English literature---------------------------William Wordsworth.
 Poet of beauty in English literature---------------------------John Keats.
 Poet of sensuousness-------------------------------------------John Keats.
 Rebel poet in English literature-------------------------------Lord Byron.
 Poet of skylark & winds/ Revolutionary poet ----------------P B Shelly.
 Father of modern English literature---------------------------G B Shaw.
 The greatest modern English dramatist-----------------------G B Shaw.
 Most translated author of the world---------------------------V I Lenin.
 Father of English prose-----------------------------------------William Tyndale> Francis Bacon.
 Who is the greatest dramatist of all times---------------------William Shakespeare.
 The most famous satirist in English literature-----------------Jonathan Swift.
 ‚University Wits‛-----------------------------------------------Robert Greene.
 The first English Dictionary was compiled by----------------Samuel Johnson (1755).
He is the founder of English literary club (1764).

 The oldest period in English literature-------------------------Anglo Saxon period (450-1066).

 The ‚Golden Age of English Literature‛----------------------The Elizabeth I age (1558-1603).
 The Victorian Age is named after------------------------------Queen Victoria.
 Renaissance means-------------------------------------------------rebirth/ revival of learning/ নবজীবন.
 The beginning of the Renaissance may be traced to the city of-----------------Venice.
 Most important feature of romantic poetry---------------------------------------subjectivity.
 Romanticism is mainly connected with ------------------------------------------love and beauty.
 Chaucer is the representative poet of ------------------14th century.
 George Elliot is a novelist of----------------------------17th century.
 Edmond Burke belongs to-------------------------------18th century.
 Keats belonged to----------------------------------------19th century.

 Different periods in English literature:

Anglo Saxon period-----------------------450-1066
Middle English period--------------------1066-1500
Renaissance period------------------------1500-1660
Neoclassical period------------------------1660-1798
Romantic period---------------------------1798-1832

Victorian period (1832-1901) < Edwardian period (1901-1914) < Georgian period (1910-1936)
< Modern period (1901---) < Post- modernism (1945---). Page 1
 Romantic poet-------------------------------------John Keats, P.B.Shelly, W.Wordsworth, S.T. Coleridge.
 Pioneer of Romanticism is/are--------------------Wordsworth and Coleridge.
 Poet of the ‚Victorian Age‛-----------------------Robert Browning; Mathew Arnold.
 Poet of the ‚Modern Age‛-------------------------T.S. Elliot.
 Novelist of Victorian age--------------------------Charles Dickens, Thomas Austin, Treasure Elliot.
 Novelist of modern age----------------------------Rudyard Kipling, H G Wells, T S Elliot.

 Who translated the Bible into English for the 1st time------John Wycliff.
 Who translated the New Testament--------------------------John Wycliff.
 Who translated ‚Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam‛--------------Edward Fritzgerald.
 Who translated ‚Gitanjoli‛ in English?-----------------------W B Yeats.

o Award of Nobel prize in literature was started from the year----------------1901.

o A statesman but awarded Nobel prize in English literature------------------Sir Winston Churchill.
o Sir Winston Churchill got the Nobel prize in ---------------------------------1953.
o Perl S Buck awarded Nobel prize in 1938 for the book-----------------------The Good Earth
o The Good Earth deals with----------------------------------------------------- The Chinese life.
o A modern philosopher but awarded Noble prize in English literature--------Bertrand Russel.
o Who was the only Laureate to refuse the Nobel prize--------------------------Jea Paul Sartre.
o A Russian author who refused Nobel prize-------------------------------------Boris Pasternak.
o Booker prize is awarded for----------------------------------------------------- literature.

» Real name of Jeorge Elliot------------------------Mary Anne Evans.

» Real name of O’Henry----------------------------William Sydney Porter.
» Full name of T S Elliot----------------------------Thomas Strearns Elliot.
≠ The contemporary poet of W. Wordsworth---------------S. T. Coleridge.
≠ The contemporary dramatist of C. Marlowe-------------- W. Shakespeare.

ʘ English poet who was professionally known as a man of medicine--------John Keats.

ʘ English poet who died in TB--------------------------------------------------John Keats.
ʘ Who was inspired by French revolution--------------------------------------William Wordsworth.
ʘ Lord Tennyson is known as------------------------------------------------------Lyric poet.
ʘ A. S. Hornby is famous for----------------------------------------------------writing dictionaries.
ʘ Who is famous for the theory of ‚Objective Co-relative‛?------------------T.S. Elliot.
ʘ Who is famous for his elegies?---------------------------------------------------Thomas Gray.
ʘ Who was English poet addicted to opium-------------------------------------S. T. Coleridge/John Keats.
ʘ Who excels in dramatic monologue?------------------------------------------Robert Browning/ John Milton.
 William Shakespeare is ------------------- ------------------------a famous 16th century English playwright.
 He was born in----------------------------26th April, 1564 AD (Aponavon, Stanford, Workshire, England).
 He was died in----------------------------23rd April, 1616 AD.
 Shakespeare lived during the reign of ----------------------Elizabeth I.
 Shakespeare is known mostly for his------------------------plays/dramas.
 A Shakespeare play consists of------------------------------five acts.
 Where is expressed the view that ‚There is divinity that shapes our ends?‛-------------In Hamlet.
 Which is known as Shakespeare’s swan song?--------------------------------------------The Tempest. Page 2
 Character of Shakespeare play:
o Brutus---------------------Julius Caesar.
o Ophelia--------------------Hamlet.
o Calliban-------------------Tempest.
o Shylock-------------------The Merchant of Venice.
 First long poem in English----------------------------------------------Beowulf.
 The only medium of literature is------------------------------------------language.
 What is the salient feature of all literature?----------------------------artistic quality.
 Elizabeth Tragedy is centered on---------------------------------------revenge.
 ‚Moby Dick‛ কিসের িাকিনী?--------------------------------------------A whale.
 Readers who have eclectic tastes in literature--------------------------read books on just one topic.
 When a poem has a speaker, what does a novel have?----------------Narrator.
 Novel means something new and is derived from--------------------Latin.
 A work which has a meaning behind the surface meaning is --------an epic.
 Thennyson’s in Memoriam is --------------------------------------------an elegy.
 ‘Alice in the wonderland’ belongs to-----------------------------------juvenile literature.
 The Wrath of Achilles is the theme of---------------------------------Illiad.
 ‘In which poem do you find Hindu allusion of philosophy?---------The Waste Land.
 ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ refers to------------------------------------------London and Paris.
 What type of book ‚The Woman‛ is?----------------------------------Novel.
 The school of literary writings that is connected with a medical theory----------Comedy of Humors.
 ‚Tom Jones‛ by Henry Fielding was first published in-------------------1749(the 1st half of 18th century).
 The year 1798 is famous for------------------------------------------------Publication of lyrical Ballads.
 What is the inner significance of the poem-‘The Arrow and the Song’?---------Cruel deeds and good
deeds have effect upon mind.
 At present English is taught to the children through---------------------------------communicative method.
 An effective English teacher must have an adequate knowledge of---------The structure of English; the
grammar rules of English; the life and culture of those who speak the language.
 The most striking feature of D.H. Lawrence’s character is that----------------the almost portray himself.
 Phoenix is a------------------------------------------mythological bird.
 Who was the tutor of Alexander the Great?--------Aristotle.
 Achilles was--------------------------------------------a great Greek fighter.
 Eliot and Pound were--------------------------------literary collaborators.
 Helen of Troy was the wife of-----------------------Menelaus.
 Who is the only Trojan who did not speak evil of Helen and was gentle and kind to her?----------Priom.
 Adeta is a character in a novel written by------------------------E.M. Forster
 ‘Who doth ambition shun’ means ---------------------------------a person who gives up ambition.
 Octogenarian is ------------------------------------------------------a person between the ages of 80-90 years.
 Who described the ‘Monalisa’ as older the rocks among which she sit’s?--------------Walter Pater.
 Whose dying words were, ‚Crito, I owe a cock to Asclepius, will you remember to pay the debt?‛
 What was the first novel of the Virginia Woolf?-------------------------The voyage out. Page 3
 Julius Caesar was the ruler of Rome about ----------------------2000 years ago.
 Into the____of death rode the six hundred. (valley)
 They___in never-ending___. (stretched, line)
 The last word of the proverb-‚A good husband should be deaf and a good wife__________.‛ will be---
 ___many critics, Mark Twain’s novel Huckelbery Finn is his greatest work and is one of the greatest
American novels ever written. (According to)
 Many modern critics of American literature have called Mark Twain, born Samuel Clemens,____.
(America’s greatest writer).
 Every atlas has its own legend. Which expression best fits the underlined word in the sentence?
------------mythical story.

Literary terms:

 An epic is --------------------------------------------------a long poem.

 Epics are divided into-------------------------------------two types.
 An epic is based on___performed by a hero“““...(heroic deeds)
 A ‘Canto’ is ---------------------------------------------a division of an epic.
 Sonnet is -------------------------------------------------a poem of 14 lines.
 The word ‘sonnet’ is originated from ------------------Italian language.
 A fantasy is ---------------------------------------------an imaginary story.
 Ballad----------------------------------------------------a kind of short narrative poem.
 Limerick is-----------------------------------------------a short form of light verse.
 ‘Blank verse’ is -----------------------------------------a kind of verse having no rhyming end.
 Hymn----------------------------------------------------a song embodying religious & sacred emotions.
 Eulogy---------------------------------------------------speech expressing high praise of somebody.
 Elegy-----------------------------------------------------song of lamentation, a song of mourning.
 Dirge-------------------------------------------------------a song expressing grief, lamentation and mourning.
 A drama is a/an------------------------------------------magical performances on the stage.
 Melodrama ----------------------------------------------play of violent and sensational themes.
 Protagonist-----------------------------------------------leading character of actor in a play.
 A Machiavellian character------------------------------a selfish person.
 Catastrophy----------------------------------------------The tragic end of dramatic events.
 Playwright-----------------------------------------------someone who writes plays.
 Breath is -------------------------------------------------a shortest dramatic work.
 Debut-----------------------------------------------------first appearance.
 A lexicographer------------------------------------------a person who writes dictionaries.
 Allegorical-----------------------------------------------having symbolic meaning.
 An autobiography----------------------------------------a person when writes about own life.
 Linguistics------------------------------------------------scientific study of languages.
 The ‘Poet Laureate’ is------------------------------------the Court Poet of England.
 Monologue------------------------------------------------a speech in a play in which a character, who is
alone on the stage, speaks his thought aloud. Page 4
Writers Important works

Shakespeare Tragedy:
Romeo and Juliet; Othello; Macbeth; Antony and Cleopatra; King Lear;
Julius Caesar; Hamlet; Titus Andronicus (1st tragedy).

(Tech: ROMA K Julia’র োসে Hamlet পাঠাও)

As You Like It; The Tempest, The Merchant of Venice; Twelfth Night;
The Comedy of Errors; Winter’s Tale; The Midsummer Night’s Dream;
The Taming of the Shrew; Measure of Measure; Love’s Labour’s Lost;
All’s Well That Ends Well.

(Tech: As you like it, let’s go to the tempest of the merchant of venice at
twelfth night to see the comedy of errors and winter’s tale. At the
midsummer night’s dream we will see the taming of the shrew, measure
of measure and love’s labour’s lost (+ all’s well that ends well).

John Milton  Paradise Lost (an epic poem; it attempted to justify the ways of
God to man);
 Paradise Regained;
 Lycidas.
Jonathan Swift o Gulliver’s Travel;
o A Voyage of Lilliputd.
Alexander Pope  Rape of the Lock;
 An Essay on Man (poem);
 An Essay on Criticism.
Sir Walter Scot o Patriotism (poetry);
o Ivan Hoe
P B Shelly  The Necessity of Atheism;
 A defence of Poetry;
 To a Skylark;
 Ode to the West Wind;
 Ozymandias.
(Tech: Shelly’র গাসে TATOO লাগাল কি? )
John Keats o Ode to Autumn (poem);
o Ode to a Nightingale;
o Ode on a Grecian Urn (poem);
o Endymion (epic poem).
William Wordsworth  The Lucky Poems;
 Solitary Reaper;
 The Daffodils;
 Written in March;
 Prelude (verse).
(Tech: The lucky poems- solitary reaper and the daffodils were written in
march by William Wordsworth) Page 5
S T Coleridge o The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (poem);
o Kubla Khan (verse).
Robert Browning  Rabbi Ben Ezra;
 Andrea Del Sarto;
 The Patriot.
(Tech: RAT)
Charles Dickens o David Copperfield;
o The Tale of Two Cities;
o Great Expectations;
o James Joyce;
o Thomas Hardy.
Leo Tolstoy War and Peace (an epic tale of Napoleonic invasion)
Earnest Hemingway  The Old man and the sea;
 A Farewell to Arms;
 For Whom the Bell Tolls;
 The Sun Also Rises.
(Tech: The old man (and the sea) went to a farewell (to arms) to see for
whom the bell tolls)
George Bernard Shaw o Caesar and Cleopatra;
o Arms and the Man;
o Man and Superman;
o Pygmalion;
o Joan of Arc.
(Tech: CAMP of Joan of Arc)
Bertrand Russel Road to Freedom
T.S. Eliot  The Waste Land (poem);
 Murder in the Cathedral.
William Smoerset Maugham o The Luncheon (a short story);
o Of Human Bondage.
Sir Winston Churchill History of the II world war
O’Henry The Gift of the Magi (short story)
Perl S Buck The Good Earth
D H Lawrence  The Rainbow (novel);
 Sons and Lovers (novel);
 Lady Chatterley’s Lover (novel).
(Tech: TSL) Page 6
Works Authors

*A Doll’s House Henrick Ibsen

A Golden Age Tahmina Anam
A Suitable Boy (novel) Vikram Seth
Animal Farm George Orwell
Asian Drama Gunnar Myrdal
Arabian Nights Sir Richard Burton
A Passage to India (novel), E.M. Forster
Aspects of Novel
Brick Lane Monica Ali
*Cancer Word Alexander Solshenistin
*Crime and Punishment Dostoevosky
Dr. Zivago Boris Pasternak
Divine Comedy Dante
Emma (novel), Jane Austin
Pride and Prejudice,
Sense and Sensibility
*Essays of Elia Charles Lamb
Friends not Masters Gen Ayub Khan
*Faire Queene (epic) Spensor
Harry Potter J. K. Rowling
Huckelbery Finn(novel) Mark Twain
*Heaven and Earth Lord Byron
India Wins Freedom Abul Kalam Azad
*Justice Henry Wordsworth Longfellow
*Lord Jim: A Tale Joseph Conrad
*Lord of the Flies (novel) William Golding
Lorna Doone (novel) Blackmore
*Leaves of Grass Walt Whitman
Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert
My Experiments with Truth Mahtma Gandhi
Pamela(1st English novel) Samuel Richardson
*Point Counterpoint Aldous Huxley
*Prometheus Unbound Aeschylus
*Roots (novel) Alex Haley
Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe
Round the World in Eighty Days; Jules Verne
The Sense of an Ending
Satanic Verses; Midnight’s Children Salman Rushdie
Silent Woman Ben Johnson
Spirit of Islam Syed Amir Ali
Sherlock Homes( detective stories) Sir Arthar Canon Doyle
*Songs of Innocence William Blakes
*The Ancient Society L. H. Morgan
*The Affluent Society J. K. Galbraith
The Aim of Education Whitehead
The Birthday Party Harold Pinter
The Canterbury Tales Geofray Chaucer
*The Caucasion Chalk Circle(play) Bertolt Brecht
The Captive Lady Modhusudan Datta
The Diamond Necklace (short story) Maupassant
To Daffodils Robert Herrick
The Daffodils W. Wordsworth Page 7
The End of History and the Last Man M. Francis Fukuyama
The God of Small Things Arundhuty Roy
The Jungle Book Rudyard Kipling
*The Judgement Kuldip Nayer
*The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini
*The Lotos Eaters; Ulysses (poem) Tennyson
Three Musketeers (novel) Alexandar Dumas
The Odyssey and the Illiad Homer
The Origin of Species C. Darwin
The Sacred Flame, Oscar Wilde
The Picture of Dorian Gray
The Rape of Bangladesh Anthony Mascarenhas
*The Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
The Spanish Tragedy Thomas Kyd
The Time Machine H. G. Wells
*The Trial Franz Kafka
*Time, you Old Gipsy Man Ralph Hodgson
Things Fall Apart Chinua Achebe
To the light house Virginia Woolf
The Tragic History of Dr. Faustus (play), C. Marlowe
You Never Can Tell(drama)
*Ulysses (novel) James Joyce
*Uncle Tom’s Cabin Mrs. Harriet Stowe
*Utopia Sir Thomas More
*Vanity Fair (novel) William Thackery
*Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte
*Waiting for Goddot (absurd drama) Samuel Beckett

Nice to know:

 Emily Bronte; D. H. Lawrence; Charles Dickens -----Novelist.

 Victor Hugo; Alexandar Dumas -----------------------French novelist.
 Leo Tolostoy is a ------------------------------------------Russian novelist.
 Earnest Hemingway; Perl S. Buck ---------------------American novelist.
 William Faulkner is an------------------------------------American author.
 Francis Bacon; Charles Lamb; William Hazlitt ------Essayist.
 O’Henry is a------------------------------------------------Greatest modern American short story writer.
 Maupassant is a---------------------------------------------French short story writer.
 Bertrand Russel is a----------------------------------------British philosopher.
 Nobel prize winner Harold Pinter is from--------------UK.
 W.B. Yeats is a---------------------------------------------Irish poet & dramatist.
 T S Elliot is a-----------------------------------------------Modern American poet (novel laureate).
 Nissim Ezekiel is a famous poet of---------------------India.
 Goethe is a -------------------------------------------------German poet. Page 8
Quotations Author

Know thyself. Plato

Knowledge is power. Socrates
The unexamined life is not worth living. Socrates
England expects that every man will do his duty at the battle of Nelson
Full many a flower is born to blush unseen; Thomas Gray
And waste its sweetness on the desert air.
Where ignorance is bliss, it is folly to be wise. Thomas Gray
We make war that we may live in peace. Aristotle
Man is by nature a political animal. Aristotle
He, who is unable to live in a society, must be either a beast or a Aristotle
Probable impossibilities are to be preferred to improbable Aristotle
Truth sits upon the lips of dying man. Suhrab and Rustom,
Mathew Arnold
The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom. The Marriage of Heaven & Hell,
William Blake
Sweet is revenge, especially to women. Lord Byron
Ignorance is not innocence but sin. Robert Browning
But I have promises to keep; Robert frost
And miles to go before I sleep.
Better to reign in hell than serve in heaven. Paradise Lost, John Milton
Man was born free, and everywhere he is in chains. Du Contract Social, Rousseau
Justice delayed is justice denied. Gladstone
Give me good mothers, I will give you a good nation. Nepolean
The career is open to the talents. Nepolean
To err is human, to forgive is divine. An Essay on Criticism,
Alexandar Pope
A little learning is a dangerous thing. Alexandar Pope
The people are the masters. Edmund Burke
The greater the power, the more dangerous the abuse. Edmund Burke
A perfect democracy is therefore the most shameless thing in the Edmund Burke
Injustice everywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. Abraham Lincoln
Govt. of the people, by the people, for the people. Abraham Lincoln
The govt. is the best which governs least. Henry David Thoreau
Good face is the best letter of recommendation. Queen Elizabeth
The country is good if its universities are good. Pandit Neheru
That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. New York Times, 21st July,1969;
Neil Armstrong
Opportunity makes a thief. Francis Bacon
Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing Francis Bacon
an exact man.
Some books are to be tested, others to be swallowed, and some Francis Bacon
few to be chewed and digested.
Wives are young men’s mistresses, companions for middle age, Francis Bacon
and old men’s nurses. Page 9
Water, water, everywhere; The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,
Not any drop to drink. S.T. Coleridge
He prayeth well, who loveth well, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,
““““““““““““““ S.T. Coleridge
He prayeth best, who loveth best.
Poets are the unacknowledged legislature of the world. A defence of Poetry, Shelly
Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest thought. To a Skylark, Shelly
We look before and after and pine for what is not. To a Skylark, Shelly
If winter comes, can spring be far behind. Ode to the West Wind, Shelly
Oh, lift me as a wave, a leaf, a cloud! Ode to the West Wind, Shelly
I fall upon the thorns of life! I bleed!
Nature never did betray the heart that loved her. Wordsworth
The child is father of the man. My heart leaps up when I behold,
Ten thousand saw at a glance; The Solitary Reaper,
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. Wordsworth
Behold her, single in the field, The Solitary Reaper,
You solitary Highland Lass! Wordsworth
Reaping and singing by herself.
Beauty is truth, truth is beauty. Ode to a Grecian Urn, John Keats
A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Epic poem ‘Endymion’, John keats
The music in my heart I bore Long after it was heard no more. Ode to a Nightingle, John keats
My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains, Ode to a Nightingle, John keats
My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunk.
মৃত্যু িসে কনছি A short sleep. John Keats
Cowards die many times before their deaths. Julius Caesar, W. Shakespeare
To be or not to be, that is the question. Hamlet, W. Shakespeare
There are many things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Hamlet, W. Shakespeare
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
Frailty, Thy name is woman. Hamlet, W. Shakespeare
Brevity is the soul of wit. Hamlet, W. Shakespeare
All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand. Macbeth, W. Shakespeare
Fair is foul, and foul is fair. Macbeth, W. Shakespeare
Sweet are the uses of adversity. As You Like It, W. Shakespeare
All the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely As You Like It, W. Shakespeare
Blow, blow thou winter wind, As You Like It, W. Shakespeare
Thou art not so unkind.
A young man married is a man that’s marred. All’s Well that Ends Well,
W. Shakespeare
Veni, vidi, vici. W. Shakespeare
Come, live with me and be my love. C. Marlowe
I have a dream. Martin Luther King
You may fool some of the people some of the time; you can even Sir Winston Churchill
fool some of the people all the time; but you can’t fool all the
people all the time. Page 10
Less important information:

To Daffodils (Robert Herrick):

 The central idea of ‘To Daffodils’ is that--------------------life is short, so live to the fullest.
 ‚Fair daffodils! We weep to see; You haste away so soon‛ who is the writer of these beautiful line?
--------------Robert Herrick.
 Which two things of nature does Robert Herrick find similar to human beings and daffodils?
------------------- summer’s rain and morning’s dew.
 In ‚To Daffodils‛ human life is compared with--------------morning dew.
 In the poem ‚To Daffodils‛ the poet weeps over-------------short-lived human life.
 ‘Hasting day’ in ‘To Daffodils’ means------------------------hurriedly passing day.
 Which word seems out of place?------------------------------ Daffodil.
 The last line of ‚To Daffodils‛ is------------------------------As quick a growth to meet decay.

The Daffodils/ I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud (W. Wordsworth):

» The central idea of ‚I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud‛ is that --------------we can find solace in nature.
» ‘Ten thousand saw at a glance; Tossing their heads in sprightly dance’- what is the poet W.
Wordsworth referring to?------------------------daffodils.
» The speaker of ‚I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud‛ saw------------------------golden daffodils.
» Why were the daffodils in Wordsworth’s ‚I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud‛ dancing? -----------There
was a strong wind.
» In ‚I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud‛ Wordsworth compares the daffodils with------------------the stars
of the milky way.
» In ‚I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud‛ the daffodils gave the poet-------------------a great deal of pleasure.
» Why is the poet so sad to see the daffodils in ‚The daffodils‛?--------------------------Because the flower
remind him of his own death.

Ozymandias (Shelly) :

ʘ The central idea of ‚Ozymandias‛ is that----------------all things, both great and small will perish.
ʘ In the poem ‚Ozymandias‛ who calls ozymandias ‘king of kings’?-----------------Ozymandias himself.
ʘ In Shelly’s ‚Ozymandias‛ the words, ‚My name is Ozymandias, king of kings‛ are inscribed on--------
The visage of the nature/ The pedestal of the statue.
ʘ The statue of ozymandias is------------------------in a desert.
ʘ In ‚Ozymandias‛ who saw the statue of Ozymandias?-------------------a traveler.
ʘ In ‚Ozymandias‛ the poet says, ‚I met a traveler---------an------------land‛. (from, antique)
ʘ The phrase ‘trunkless legs’ in the poem ‚Ozymandias‛ refers to--------------------legs without body.
ʘ Which phrase would best describe ‘the cuckoo’?---------the harbinger of spring.
ʘ What lies half sunk in the sand in Shelly’s ‚Ozymandias‛----------------------broken head of a statue.
ʘ In Shelly’s ‚Ozymandias‛ ‘frown’ and ‘sneer of cold command’ are seen on-------shattered visage.

The Solitary Reaper (W. Wordsworth):

 The Solitary Reaper is a -------------------romantic poem.

 In ‚The Solitary Reaper‛ what does the solitary mean?----------------------Lonely. Page 11
Under the Greenwood Tree (W. Shakespeare):

o The central idea of Under the Greenwood Tree‛ is that------we all should live simple life/ life in nature
is simple and free.
o In the lines ‚Here shall he see/ No enemy‛ taken from ‚Under the Greenwood Tree‛ ‘Here’ stands for
----the greenwood tree.
o In ‚Under the Greenwood Tree‛ the ‘Tree’ refers to------------------nature/forest.
o In ‚Under the Greenwood Tree‛ the poet--------------mention two enemies.
o In ‚Under the Greenwood Tree‛ which of the following is mentioned as a ‘enemy’?------Winter.


 The Canterbury Tales is as alive and ___today as it was nearly 600 years ago. (fruitful)
 According to the writer of ‘A Mother in Mannville‛ which of the following word best describes the
character of ‘Jerry’?------------------------------Integrity.

≠ The sentence, ‚Death, thou shalt not die.‛ is an example of-----------------------paradox.

≠ ‘There is no one so poor as a wealthy miser’---this is an example of-----------------paradox.
≠ ‘Mist and mellow fruitfulness’---which of the following figures of speech is used in this sentence?---
≠ ‚The hungry judges soon the sentence sign, And wretches hang that jurymen may dine‛. This is an
example of ------------------a satire.
≠ King Lear banished his youngest daughter Cordelia from his Kingdom; but in the end, she became her
only shelter. This is an example of ----------------------------irony.
≠ ‚The waves beside them danced‛ (from ‚I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud‛ ) is an example of-------------
≠ ‚We “dry Away/ Like to the summer’s rain‛ (from the poem ‘To Daffodils’) is an example of----
≠ ‚We have short time to stay, as you‛ (from the poem ‘To Daffodils’) is an example of-----------simile.
≠ ‚Continuous as the stars“.They stretched‛ (from ‚I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud‛) is an example of -
≠ ‚I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud‛ is an example of -----simile. Page 12