MCQ English Literature 11

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71. ‘Unto This Last’ is a book written by:

a) Mill on economic reforms
b) Carlyle on moral reforms
c) Ruskin on moral reforms
d) None of these
c) Ruskin on moral reforms
72. Mathew Arnold said: “An ineffectual angel beating in the void his luminous wings in vain”, about:
a) Keats
b) Byron
c) Shelley
d) Blake
e) None of these
c) Shelley
73. For whom it is said: “sensuousness is a paramount bias of his genius”:
a) Blake
b) Keats
c) Tennyson
d) Shelley
e) None of these
b) Keats
74. “Meeting at Night” by Browning is a:
a) Monologue
b) Dramatic Lyric
c) Dramatic Monologue
d) Dramatic Romance
e) None of these
a) Monologue
75. A pioneer is psychological analysis in fiction is:
a) Charles Dickens
b) Thackeray
c) Charlotte Bronte
d) G. Eliot
e) None of these
d) G. Eliot
76. “Thou glorious mirror, where the Almighty’s form Glasses itself in tempest”.
The above line occur in Byron’s:
a) Fame
b) Waterloo
c) Roll on, Thou deep and dark Blue Oceans
c) Roll on, Thou deep and dark Blue Oceans
77. Dickens gives a tragic picture of the French Revolution in his novel:
a) Little Dorrit
b) Hard Times
c) Bleak House
d) A Tale of Two Cities

d) A Tale of Two Cities
78. Love of political freedom, always the noblest of Byron’s passions, inspired him to write:
a) Manfred
b) The Island
c) The prisoner of Chillon
d) The Prophecy of Dante
c) The prisoner of Chillon
79. An aesthetic delight in art and a streak of extreme sadistic cruelty can be observed in Browning’s
Poem:
a) Paracelsus
b) My Last Duchess
c) Sordello
d) Pippa Passes
d) Pippa Passes
80. Edward Fitzgerald’s “The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam” inspired Browning to write:
a) The Last Ride Together
b) Rabbi Ben Ezra
c) Ester Day
d) Abt Vogler
b) Rabbi Ben Ezra




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