English Literature Quiz 10

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English Literature Quiz 10

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Who were lay mystics ?

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Paul O?Brien argues that Shelley did not lose his passion for the French Revolution, but that _____________did?

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Which is an example of a proverb ?

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According to Tristan Tzara?s ?Manifesto on Dadaism,? which of the following does NOT define Dadaism ?

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Which event marked the defeat of Napoleon ?

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?Adela? is a character from_______________?

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Shakespeare?s Henry IV, Pt I contains his _______________?

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The lesson the young man teaches Dorothy is_________________?

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According to most critics, what does the circular structure of Finnegans Wake represent ?

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What is the meaning of the term Anagnorisis as used by Aristotle in his Theory of Tragedy ?

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In his essay, ?Characters of Shakespeare?s Plays?, William Hazlitt conceptualizes Hamlet as_______________?

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In ?Samson Agonistes,? the Chorus describes the approaching Dalila as beautifully and lavishly dressed to better seduce Samson. This is interesting because ?

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____________articulated by the tip and the blade of the tongue against the teeth ridge with raising of the front of the tongue towards the palate ?

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The consonant /s/ is called ________ ?

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Who did Milton have to write his works down when he became Blind ?

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Which of the following texts is an example of a sentimental novel ?

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I took my visitors all over the house. I bade them search ? search well. I led them, at length, to his chamber. I showed them his treasures, secure, undisturbed. The narrator is________________?

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which famous Shakespeare play does the quote ?The first thing we do, let?s kill all the lawyers? come from ?

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According to the sign in the Kentucky Inn, what is branded to George?s right hand ?

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Which of the following statements offers the best definition of ?rhetoric? ?

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Harriet Jacobs wrote Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl to show______________?

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Which of the following texts was inspired by Historia Regum Britanniae ?

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Which influential medieval text purported to reveal the secrets of the afterlife ?

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What century does the play, ?Henry V,? take place in ?

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But when a Boy, and Barefoot I more than once at Noon Have passed, I thought, a Whip lash Unbraiding in the Sun The speaker of this poem is_____________?

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Which of Shakespeare?s characters exclaims; ?Brave, new, world!? ?

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What does Eva?s father promise her before she dies ?

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This poet might be described as a moral or philosophical critic for arguing that works must have ?high seriousness.? ?

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According to Max Simon Nordau in his work ?Degeneration,? which of the following best describes the term ?Fin de Si?cle? ?

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In Book Six of ?Paradise Lost,? Satan invents something that he thinks will help win his war against God. What is it ?

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Who was American poet ?

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Which of the following was a major factor in the unprecedented economic wealth of Great Britain during the eighteenth century ?

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The main character in Paradise Lost Book I and Book II is ?

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Who says ?Earth is the right place for love? ?

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He was famed for great skill in horsemanship; he was foremost at all races and cockfights; and, with the ascendancy which bodily strength acquires in rustic life, was the umpire in all disputes. He was always ready for either a fight or a frolic, but had more mischief and good humor than ill will in his composition. Who is this ?

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What was the original title of Hemingway?s novel The Old Man and the Sea ?

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A poem which consists of fourteen line is called________________?

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Which one is not by Shakespeare ?

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Who made a distinction between Fancy and Imagination ?

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Famous Irish poet and dramatist is______________?

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With which enormously influential perspective or practice is the early-twentiethcentury thinker Sigmund Freud associated ?

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Which of the following best describes litote, a favorite rhetorical device in Old English poetry ?

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Which of the following is not related to the term medievalism ?

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Who wrote following lines: ?_________ I am involved in mankind: and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.? ?

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Hyperion is a/an poem_________________?

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The substitution of the aspirated /k/ for the un__aspirated /k/ in the word ?sky? does not alter the meaning of the worD. It is an instance of ______________ ?

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To whom did the Reform Bill of 1832 extend the vote on parliamentary representation ?

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The Petrarchan sonnet is typically composed in what form of meter ?

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Who translated Utopia in English language ?

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In the ?Book of Job,? Satan speaks to what figure(s) ?

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