English Literature MCQs 7

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(51) Charles Lamb’s "Dream Children" is notable for its:
(a) Crushing tragedy
(b) Humor
(c) Whimsical Pathos
(d) Cynicism
(c) Whimsical Pathos
(52) The Victorian age can be dated by which of the following events and years:
(a) Mills’s "on liberty’ (1859) to end of century (1900)
(b) Reform Bill (1832) to end of Boer War (1902)
(c) Birth of Tennyson (1809) to his death (1892)
(d) Tennyson’s Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1830) to death of Queen Victoria (1901)
(d) Tennyson’s Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1830) to death of Queen Victoria (1901)
(53) Which of the following works ‘had the greatest influence on the Victorian Age?
(a) Mill’s "On Liberty"
(b) Tennyson’s "In memoriam"
(c) Darwin’s "Origin of Species"
(d) Carlyle’s "Sartor Resartus"
(e) Ruskin’s "The stones of Venice"
(b) Tennyson’s "In memoriam"
(54) In which of the following Genres did Victorian Literature achieve its greatest success:
(a) Drama
(b) Epic Poetry
(c) Lyric Poetry
(d) The Essay
(e) The Novel
(e) The Novel

(55) Identify the sources of the quotations listed below:

1. "Hail to thee blithe spirit"
2. "Spirit of beauty that dost consecrate"
3. "Paint/Must never hope to reproduce thefaint
Halfflush that dies along her throat".
4. " Where are the songs of Spring? Ay,where
are they?
Think not of them, thou hast thy music too
5. "Ah, happy, happy boughs! that cannot shed your leaves, nor ever bid the Spring adieu",
6. "Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting"
7. "A hand may first and then a lip be kist;
For my part, to such doings I’m a stranger"
8. "My hair is grey, but not with years, nor grew it white, In a single night"
A "May Last Duchess"
B "To a sky Lark"
C "Ode to Autumn"
D "Don Juan"
E "The Prisoner of Chillon"
F "Ode on a Grecian Urn"
G "Intimations of Immortality’ (Ode)
H "Hymn to Intellectual Beauty"

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