English Literature MCQs 8

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(41) Wordsworth’s Poetry always reflects:
(a) The creation of abstract concepts
(b) An endorsement of the scientific tradition
(c) The creation of an original philosophy
(d) An examination of extraneous matters
(e) His belief in a world to come.
(c) The creation of an original philosophy

(42) Byron’s Poetry is ambiguous and has a vividness of phrasing which sometimes reaches the point
of abstraction:
(a) True
(b) False
(a) True
(43) "English Bards and Scotch Reviewers" is a satirical attack on contemporary writers who had
annoyed Byron.
(a) True
(b) False
(a) True
(44) In 1850, Tennyson succeeded Wordsworth as poet laureate.
(a) True
(b) False
(a) True
(45) Mary Anne Evans is the same person as George Eliot.
(a) True
(b) False
(a) True
(46) Keats’ widespread appeal is to the Reader’s interest in the supernatural.
(a) True
(b) False
(b) False
(47) The literary figure who had the most pronounced effect on Keats was:
(a) Dante
(b) Shakespeare
(c) Wordsworth
(d) Shelley
(b) Shakespeare
(48) Shelly was a firm believer in all of the following except:
(a) Personal freedom
(b) The individual’s responsibility to society
(c) The power of love
(d) Human conduct based on conviction
(d) Human conduct based on conviction
(49) Shelley’s poetry used all of the following components for themes except:

(a) Worship of God
(b) Passion
(c) Narcissism
(d) Emotional selfindulgence
(a) Worship of God
(50) The prose of the Romantic period had a tendency to:
(a) Objectify the issue in terms of a cause
(b) Advance a single system to the public
(c) Allow the writer to draw on his
(d) Be brooding and meditative. own personality
(a) Objectify the issue in terms of a cause


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