Home » English Literature Quiz » English Literature Quiz 50

English Literature Quiz 50

0%
0

English Literature Quiz 50

1 / 50

Until recent years it was thought that Harriet Jacob?s Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl was____________?

2 / 50

A language come into existence when_____________?

3 / 50

During the period of which king did Chaucer fight in the English Army for the Hundred Years? War between France and England ?

4 / 50

Who said that Arnold was a propagandist for literature rather than a critic ?

5 / 50

Which of the following is NOT a feature or characteristics of Emily Dickinson?s poetry ?

6 / 50

Who wrote The Rules of Courtly Love ?

7 / 50

In The Paradiso, how does Dante?s journey through heaven end ?

8 / 50

For his poems, Shakespeare is thought to have drawn upon all of the following for influence and ideas EXCEPT ?

9 / 50

The importance of Lucy Terry?s ?Bars Fight? is______________?

10 / 50

The play, ?Macbeth,? is set in what country ?

11 / 50

What do you mean by Stanza ?

12 / 50

The Cardinal virtues of the Houyhnhnms are__________________?

13 / 50

Which of the following best defines Utilitarianism ?

14 / 50

Which writer spent more than twelve years imprisoned in the Tower of London ?

15 / 50

In Chapter XV of William Wells Brown?s Clotel, what characteristic of the sentimental novel is evident ?

16 / 50

With which feminist theorist is gynocriticism most closely associated ?

17 / 50

The first Englishwoman to earn her living as a playwright was______________?

18 / 50

Ralph Waldo Emerson was a mentor for a number of early American writers, including_______________?

19 / 50

As per section 4(2), of The Sale of Goods Act, a contract of sale may be _________________?

20 / 50

?And then hopped sidewise to the Wall?. Here the poet personifies the bird as a______________?

21 / 50

Which of the Marlowe?s plays were written in collaboration with Thomas Nash ?

22 / 50

The second series of Essays of Elia by Charles Lamb was published in ?

23 / 50

Which of the following statements best characterizes the contrast between T.S. Eliot?s ?The Waste Land? and the futurist aesthetic project ?

24 / 50

Following are the lines of: ?I?m your wife if you marry me If not, I?ll die your maid to be your fellow You may deny me, but I?ll be your servant Whether you deny or not? ?

25 / 50

How was the priest?s son?s prayer answered ?

26 / 50

Would you tell Sordelo (Browning) as a______________?

27 / 50

Which of the following figures is considered to be the father of the linguistic theory known as structuralism ?

28 / 50

Who calls poetry ?the breadth and finer spirit of all knowledge? ?

29 / 50

?The Alchemist? is written by_______________?

30 / 50

Elizabethans had many occupational choices. One could become an apothecary, clerk, physician, or even court jester. Though there seemed to be a myriad of careers to choose from, most people still ended up being very poor. In order to survive, what illegal activity did a large number of citizens pursue ?

31 / 50

Whom did monster demand to Victor Frankenstein to create for him ?

32 / 50

Which of the following statements best characterizes the difference between World War II poetry and Futurist poetry ?

33 / 50

Which of the following is a typically Romantic poetic form ?

34 / 50

What does Judith Butler mean when she suggests that gender is ?performed? ?

35 / 50

What is ?scholasticism? as it relates to the medieval era ?

36 / 50

Which among the following implies the underlying rules governing the combination and organization of the elements of language ?

37 / 50

Which people began their invasion and conquest of southwestern Britain around 450 ?

38 / 50

Which statement about the Earth is asserted as true in Paradise Lost ?

39 / 50

Some critics of literary theory argue that literary theory is problematic for which reason ?

40 / 50

In the play, ?Richard III,? who speaks of ?the winter of our discontent? (I.i.1) ?

41 / 50

What led to the alliterative revival ?

42 / 50

But when to their feminine rage the indignation of the people is added, when the ignorant and the poor are aroused, when the unintelligent brute force that lies at the bottom of society is made to growl and mow, it needs the habit of magnanimity and religion to treat it godlike as a trifle of no concernment. What does ?mow? mean in this context ?

43 / 50

In T.S. Eliot?s essay called ?Tradition and Individual Talent,? he argues that the progress of an artist consists of which of the following ?

44 / 50

What was the first published title of Christopher Marlow?s play The Jew of Malta ?

45 / 50

Section 58, of The Sale of Goods Act provide right of suit for Specific Performance of Contract on the part of ________________?

46 / 50

Geoffrey Chaucer served which king ?

47 / 50

The character named Comus is often seen by critics as a prototype of what character Milton later portrayed ?

48 / 50

According to a theater licensing act, repealed in 1843, what was meant by legitimate drama ?

49 / 50

Which of the following women is widely considered the first feminist ?

50 / 50

Who is Thomas Percy in Henry IV, Pt I ?

Provide Your Information

Your score is

The average score is 0%

0%

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
English Literature Quiz 1
English Literature Quiz 2
English Literature Quiz 3
English Literature Quiz 4
English Literature Quiz 5
English Literature Quiz 6
English Literature Quiz 7
English Literature Quiz 8
English Literature Quiz 9
English Literature Quiz 10

Help Concept 360 Please. We need 500 Youtube Subscriber. Please Subscribe our Youtube Channel. Click below link to subscribe Please

آپ سے گزارش ہے کہ ہمارے یوٹیوب چینل کوسبسکرائب کر کے ہماری مدد کریں جیسا کہ یہ ویب سائٹ آپکی مدد کر رہی ہے۔ شکریہ